One possible reason that base damage might not accumulate is that radiation induced DNA damage may be rapidly repaired.
What does BD stand for?
BD stands for Base Damage
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Following a 5 week wash out, exercise induced an average 84% increase in the DNA base damage marker, which was again attenuated to no increase after 5 weeks of treatment.
Like the former bill, it attempts to base damage awards in infringement cases on the incremental value of the affected patent and not the entire economic value or impact of the invention itself.
Closure of Manas air base will not affect relations with the West, said President Kurmanbek Bakiev when asked by journalists if closure of the base damage relations with the Western countries.
Oxidative DNA damage was determined by single-cell gel electrophoresis (comet assay) as strand breaks and base damage in terms of sites sensitive to formamidopyrimidine glycosylase (FPG), which cleaves DNA at sites of oxidized purines and mainly detects 8-oxodG (Collins et al.
Recent findings show that the trivalent methylated arsenic metabolites are highly toxic; DMA(III) has been shown to cause several genotoxic and/or clastogenic effects such as single-strand breaks, formation of apurinic/apyrimidinic sites, DNA and oxidative base damages, DNA-protein cross-links, chromosomal aberrations, and aneuploidy (Dopp et al.