clastogenic


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clastogenic

 [klas″to-jen´ik]
giving rise to or inducing disruption or breakages, as of chromosomes.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

clas·to·gen·ic

(klas'tō-jen'ik),
Relating to the action of a clastogen.
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clas·to·gen·ic

(klas-tō-jen'ik)
Relating to the action of a clastogen.
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In relation to possible clastogenic / aneugenic effects, the phytotherapeutic extracts showed no activity and also did not interfere in human lymphocyte cytokinesis.
In our study, we observed that the two highest concentrations of CPF could induce a clastogenic process in human leukocytes, demonstrating their mutagenic potential for this type of human cells.
Traditionally, and possibly still regarded as the gold standard, the diagnosis of FA is confirmed by evaluation of the response of metaphase and interphase cells exposed to diepoxybutane or mitomycin C, two commonly used clastogenic DNA cross-linking agents.
To score for clastogenic damage, the %FPCV of the [G.sub.0]/[G.sub.1] peaks were analyzed, with no detectable variations (Table 2).
Sonawane, "Zincoxide nanoparticles exhibit genotoxic, clastogenic, cytotoxic and actin depolymerization effects by inducing oxidative stress responses in macrophages and adult mice," Toxicological Sciences, vol.
The results of this study have implicated DHAP as a root growth inhibitor, mitotic-depressor and clastogenic drug.
Lack of micronucleus inside cytoplasm revealed that ligands and their Ag(I) complexes are not clastogenic agents, which may consider a very good feature.
Stich, "Clastogenic activity of caffeic acid and its relationship to hydrogen peroxide generated during autooxidation," Mutation Research, vol.
Most ADCs under clinical investigation contain cytotoxic agents that act by directly inducing DNA damage or exerting clastogenic effects.
Preliminary results on ascorbic acid and lysine suppression of clastogenic effect of deep-frozen sperm of the russian sturgeon (Acipenser gueldenstaedti).
Markers of genotoxicity, such as elevated levels of oxidized DNA nucleobases, bulky DNA adducts, and clastogenic end points in leukocytes have been documented in biomonitoring studies of humans.