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nuclear damage

The mitochondrial protein frataxin prevents nuclear damage

Mycobacterium tuberculosis Ku can bind to nuclear DNA damage and sensitize mammalian cells to bleomycin sulfate

Recruitment of Damaged DNA to the Nuclear Matrix in Hamster Cells Following Ultraviolet Irradiation

Mitochondrial and Nuclear DNA Damage Induced by Curcumin in Human Hepatoma G2 Cells

Altered Nuclear Activation Parameters of Rat Sperm Treated in Vitro with Chromatin-Damaging Agents

Focal nuclear hepatocyte response to oxidative damage following low dose thioacetamide intoxication.

Sperm nuclear DNA damage and altered chromatin structure: effect on fertilization and embryo development

Comparative analysis of three sperm DNA damage assays and sperm nuclear protein content in couples undergoing assisted reproduction treatment

Co-visualization of DNA damage and ion traversals in live mammalian cells using a fluorescent nuclear track detector

TDP1 repairs nuclear and mitochondrial DNA damage induced by chain-terminating anticancer and antiviral nucleoside analogs

Clustered DNA damage induces pan-nuclear H2AX phosphorylation mediated by ATM and DNA–PK

Selective interactions of human kin17 and RPA proteins with chromatin and the nuclear matrix in a DNA damage‐ and cell cycle‐regulated manner

A requirement for PARP‐1 for the assembly or stability of XRCC1 nuclear foci at sites of oxidative DNA damage

Effect of the expression of BRCA2 on spontaneous homologous recombination and DNA damage-induced nuclear foci in Saccharomyces cerevisiae

The clinical value of nuclear medicine in the assessment of irradiation-induced and anthracycline-associated cardiac damage

55 Various degrees of nuclear membrane damage and intranuclear organization impairment in young heart failure patients with lamin A/C mutation

Involvement of the proliferating cell nuclear antigen (PCNA) in DNA repair induced by alkylating agents and oxidative damage in human fibroblasts.

TR4 nuclear receptor functions as a tumor suppressor for prostate tumorigenesis via modulation of DNA damage/repair system

 

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The Vienna Convention on Civil Liability for Nuclear Damage of 21 May 1963 (1063 U.N.T.S. 265) makes the operator of a nuclear installation liable for nuclear damage: art. II. This ...

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