Evaluation of cell types for assessment of cytogenetic damage in arsenic exposed population

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Cytogenetic biomarkers are essential for assessing environmental exposure, and reflect adverse human health effects such as cellular damage. Arsenic is a potential clastogen and aneugen. In general, the majority of the studies on clastogenic effects of arsenic are based on frequency of micronuclei (MN) study in peripheral lymphocytes, urothelial and oral… (More)
DOI: 10.1186/1476-4598-7-45

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@article{Ghosh2008EvaluationOC, title={Evaluation of cell types for assessment of cytogenetic damage in arsenic exposed population}, author={Pritha Ghosh and Arindam Basu and Keshav K. Singh and Ashok Kumar Giri}, journal={Molecular Cancer}, year={2008}, volume={7}, pages={45 - 45} }