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Hydroxyl radicals do not crosslink a DNA-lysozyme complex

Carcinogenesis

Dec 1, 1985

H Werbin, C J Cheng

PMID: 2998638

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The ionic complex between lysozyme and either Escherichia coli DNA or pBR322 DNA was not crosslinked by two systems capable of producing nanomolar amounts of hydroxyl radicals, the oxidation of xanthine by xanthine oxidase and the iron catalyzed oxidation of ascorbic acid. Nor did effec...read more

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Hydrogen Peroxide
DNA, A-Form
Radicals (chemistry)
Leftose
Lysozyme
Hydroxyl Radical
Ascorbic Acid Measurement
Lysozyme Test
Adenosine
DNA, Bacterial
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Hydroxyl radicals do not crosslink a DNA-lysozyme complex

Carcinogenesis

Dec 1, 1985

H Werbin, C J Cheng

PMID: 2998638

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The ionic complex between lysozyme and either Escherichia coli DNA or pBR322 DNA was not crosslinked by two systems capable of producing nanomolar amounts of hydroxyl radicals, the oxidation of xanthine by xanthine oxidase and the iron catalyzed oxidation of ascorbic acid. Nor did effec...read more

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Hydrogen Peroxide
DNA, A-Form
Radicals (chemistry)
Leftose
Lysozyme

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