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2002). Polymer formation was determined as the cellular response to bleomycin-induced DNA damage in lymphocytes from 69 laryngeal cancer patients and 125 healthy controls. The frequency of mutagen-induced polymer formation, measured as mean pixel intensity, was significantly lower in cases than in controls, and it was not influenced by either smoking, age, or sex. , in cells that were not treated with bleomycin. 01). Peripheral blood lymphocytes from laryngeal cancer patients thus showed significantly less bleomycin-induced poly(ADP-ribose) formation.
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