Measurement of oxidatively induced DNA damage and its repair, by mass spectrometric techniques

@article{Dizdaroglu2015MeasurementOO,
  title={Measurement of oxidatively induced DNA damage and its repair, by mass spectrometric techniques},
  author={Miral Dizdaroglu and Erdem Çoşkun and Pawel Jaruga},
  journal={Free Radical Research},
  year={2015},
  volume={49},
  pages={525 - 548}
}
Abstract Oxidatively induced damage caused by free radicals and other DNA-damaging agents generate a plethora of products in the DNA of living organisms. There is mounting evidence for the involvement of this type of damage in the etiology of numerous diseases including carcinogenesis. For a thorough understanding of the mechanisms, cellular repair, and biological consequences of DNA damage, accurate measurement of resulting products must be achieved. There are various analytical techniques… Expand
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