Implications of enzymatic, acidic and thermal hydrolysis of DNA on the occurrence of cross-linked melphalan DNA adducts.


Calf thymus DNA was treated with melphalan, a nitrogen mustard, and the formation of melphalan cross-linked DNA adducts was investigated. These cross-linked adducts could not be detected either in the enzymatically or in the thermally generated DNA hydrolysates. However, a search for DNA cross-linked adducts in the hydrolysates obtained under acidic… (More)


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