Modes of genotoxicity of a macromolecular antibiotic, SN-07, a novel type of interstrand DNA cross-linker.

@article{Yajima1989ModesOG,
  title={Modes of genotoxicity of a macromolecular antibiotic, SN-07, a novel type of interstrand DNA cross-linker.},
  author={N. Yajima and S. Ishida and N. Miyata and T. Kishi and G. Kawanishi},
  journal={Mutation research},
  year={1989},
  volume={210 1},
  pages={
          165-72
        }
}
The modes of genotoxicity of a novel macromolecular antitumor antibiotic (SN-07) were examined using both prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells in vitro. The antibiotic induced a frameshift-type reverse mutation in Ames Salmonella typhimurium TA98 at 1.6-400 ng/plate with and without S9 mix. SN-07 also induced chromosomal aberrations and a forward mutation (6-TGr) in Chinese hamster V79 cells after 1 h treatment at 12.5-100 ng/ml without metabolic activation. The alkaline elution technique revealed… Expand
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