DNA repair in nondividing human lymphocytes: inhibition by deoxyadenosine.


Resting peripheral blood lymphocytes have a large number of single strand breaks and are especially sensitive to DNA damaging agents. Deoxyadenosine, an adenosine deaminase substrate, in combination with the adenosine deaminase inhibitor deoxycoformycin, causes accumulation of single strand breaks in resting peripheral blood lymphocytes. The induction of… (More)


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