Ochratoxin A: apoptosis and aberrant exit from mitosis due to perturbation of microtubule dynamics?

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Ochratoxin A (OTA) is a potent nephrotoxin and causes high incidences of renal tumors in rodents. The molecular events leading to tumor formation by OTA are not well defined. Early pathological changes observed in kidneys of rats treated with OTA in vivo include frequent mitotic and abnormally enlarged cells, detachment of tubule cells, and apoptosis within… (More)

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