Genistein-induced alterations of radiation-responsive gene expression

@inproceedings{Grace2007GenisteininducedAO,
  title={Genistein-induced alterations of radiation-responsive gene expression},
  author={Marcy B Grace and William F. Blakely and Michael R. Landauer},
  year={2007}
}
Abstract In order to clarify the molecular mechanism of radioprotection and understand biological dosimetry in the presence of medical countermeasure-radioprotectants, their effects on ionizing radiation (IR)-responsive molecular biomarkers must be examined. We used genistein in a radiation model system and measured gene expression by multiplex QRT-PCR assay in drug-treated healthy human blood cultures. Genistein has been demonstrated to be a radiosensitizer of malignant cells and a… CONTINUE READING

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