Common and distinct mechanisms of different redox-active carcinogens involved in the transformation of mouse JB6P+ cells.

Abstract

We transformed JB6P+ cells with prolonged intermittent low-dose UVB radiation or prolonged exposure to low-dose H(2)O(2) or CdCl(2). Stable transformation was confirmed by an anchorage-independence assay. The JB6P+ transformants formed more colonies (approximately six folds) in soft agar as compared to their JB6P+ parent cells and were associated with… (More)

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