Glyphosate-based pesticides affect cell cycle regulation.

  title={Glyphosate-based pesticides affect cell cycle regulation.},
  author={Julie Marc and Odile Mulner-Lorillon and Robert Bell{\'e}},
  journal={Biology of the cell},
  volume={96 3},
Cell-cycle dysregulation is a hallmark of tumor cells and human cancers. Failure in the cell-cycle checkpoints leads to genomic instability and subsequent development of cancers from the initial affected cell. A worldwide used product Roundup 3plus, based on glyphosate as the active herbicide, was suggested to be of human health concern since it induced cell cycle dysfunction as judged from analysis of the first cell division of sea urchin embryos, a recognized model for cell cycle studies… CONTINUE READING
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