Epithelial cells as alternative human biomatrices for comet assay

@inproceedings{Rojas2014EpithelialCA,
  title={Epithelial cells as alternative human biomatrices for comet assay},
  author={Emilio Rojas and Yolanda Lorenzo and Kristiane Haug and Bj\orn Nicolaissen and Mahara Valverde},
  booktitle={Front. Genet.},
  year={2014}
}
The comet assay is a valuable experimental tool aimed at mapping DNA damage in human cells in vivo for environmental and occupational monitoring, as well as for therapeutic purposes, such as storage prior to transplant, during tissue engineering, and in experimental ex vivo assays. Furthermore, due to its great versatility, the comet assay allows to explore the use of alternative cell types to assess DNA damage, such as epithelial cells. Epithelial cells, as specialized components of many… CONTINUE READING
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