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Effects of sodium selenite and selenate on DNA and RNA synthesis in vitro

Toxicology Letters

May 1, 1985

G D Frenkel

PMID: 2408358

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The effects of sodium selenite and sodium selenate on DNA and RNA synthesis have been examined using intact HeLa cells, isolated nuclei and extracted polymerases. Selenate had no effect on any of the systems examined. Selenite inhibited DNA synthesis in intact cells and in isolated nucl...read more

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Selenium Compounds, Inorganic
RNA Polymerase II
Polymerase
Selenium
RNA Chemical Synthesis
Selenite
DNA Polymerase Alpha Activity
Transcriptase
Cell Nucleus
DNA Polymerase I
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Effects of sodium selenite and selenate on DNA and RNA synthesis in vitro

Toxicology Letters

May 1, 1985

G D Frenkel

PMID: 2408358

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Abstract

The effects of sodium selenite and sodium selenate on DNA and RNA synthesis have been examined using intact HeLa cells, isolated nuclei and extracted polymerases. Selenate had no effect on any of the systems examined. Selenite inhibited DNA synthesis in intact cells and in isolated nucl...read more

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Selenium Compounds, Inorganic
RNA Polymerase II
Polymerase
Selenium
RNA Chemical Synthesis
Selenite
DNA Polymerase Alpha Activity
Transcriptase
Cell Nucleus
DNA Polymerase I

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