Decreased host-cell reactivation of UV-irradiated adenovirus in human colon tumor cell lines that have normal post-UV survival.

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An ongoing study in our laboratories is to examine the relationship of DNA repair defects to human cancer. Our underlying hypothesis has been that human tumors may arise that lack interesting DNA repair pathways if these pathways are important in preventing cancer. In this study, we found that the UV-irradiated adenoviruses showed hypersensitivity when… (More)

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@article{Day1999DecreasedHR, title={Decreased host-cell reactivation of UV-irradiated adenovirus in human colon tumor cell lines that have normal post-UV survival.}, author={Raymond Day and Aghdass Rasouli-Nia and Jarle Meservy and S U Lari and Kelly D. Dobler and Seishi Tsunoda and Jyusaburou Miyakoshi and Hideki Takebe and D. Murray}, journal={Photochemistry and photobiology}, year={1999}, volume={70 2}, pages={217-27} }