Different G2/M accumulation in M059J and M059K cells after exposure to DNA double-strand break-inducing agents.

@article{Holgersson2005DifferentGA,
  title={Different G2/M accumulation in M059J and M059K cells after exposure to DNA double-strand break-inducing agents.},
  author={{\AA}. Holgersson and T. Heiden and J. Castro and M. Edgren and R. Lewensohn and A. Meijer},
  journal={International journal of radiation oncology, biology, physics},
  year={2005},
  volume={61 3},
  pages={
          915-21
        }
}
PURPOSE To investigate and compare the cell cycle progression in relation to cell death in the human glioma cell lines, M059J and M059K, after exposure to DNA double-strand break-inducing agents. METHODS AND MATERIALS The M059J and M059K cells, deficient and proficient in the catalytic subunit of the DNA-dependent protein kinase, respectively, were exposed to 1 and 4 Gy of photons or accelerated nitrogen ions. In addition, M059J and M059K cells were treated with 10 and 40 mug/mL of bleomycin… Expand
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