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Cytological study regarding the effects of rutin-transition metals complexes in Allium and Triticum tests

@inproceedings{Beleniuc2017CytologicalSR,
  title={Cytological study regarding the effects of rutin-transition metals complexes in Allium and Triticum tests},
  author={Georgeta Beleniuc and Elena Doroftei and Semaghiul Birghila and Maria-Mihaela Antofie and Root Natalia and Oiu and Mihaela Mirela Bratu},
  year={2017}
}
The aim of this study is to determine the cytotoxicity and genotoxicity of two new synthesized complexes of rutin with Cu and Zn with possible applications in therapy as preliminary evaluation in toxicity bioassays. The cytotoxic effects were investigated in 0.5 mg/mL and 1 mg/mL solutions of the synthesized complexes Curutin and Znrutin by calculating the mitotic index and also through the analysis of chromosomes alterations during the mitosis. The cytogenetic analysis realized on Allium cepa… 

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