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AUTS

Adult Use of Tobacco Survey Tobacco control A survey conducted by the CDC. See Tobacco.
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AUT are again statistically different from the external controls, this time with respect to their ability to upregulate mitochondrial numbers (i.e., XTT/LDH ratio) in response to effectors.
Table 4 shows the effects of the other hormone disruptors on AUT and Con B cells along with E2, DHT, and DDE.
We find that the biggest difference between the AUT and the internal/external control cells is in their response to DHT, where they show very little growth modulation and do not upregulate their mitochondrial levels (see Figures 1 and 2).