DNA damage induced via independent generation of the radical resulting from formal hydrogen atom abstraction from the C1'-position of a nucleotide


Background:. Deoxyribonucleotide radicals resulting from formal C1'-hydrogen atom abstraction are important reactive intermediates in a variety of DNA-damage processes. The reactivity of these radicals can be affected by the agents that generate them and the environment in which they are produced. As an initial step in determining the factors that control… (More)


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