PMID: 5921386Dec 2, 1966

Rapid and marked inhibition of rat-liver RNA polymerase by aflatoxin B-1

H V GelboinG N Wogan


From 15 minutes to 2 hours after the administration of aflatoxin B(1) invivo there is a 35-to 70-percent inhibition of DNA-directed RNA synthesis. The inhibition was reversed 12 and 24 hours later.


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