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By Felix R. Althaus, Hanna E. Kleczkowska (auth.), Rafael Alvarez-Gonzalez (eds.)

This distinct factor of Molecular and mobile Biochemistry includes twenty-two chosen study papers and experiences from a complete of 1 hundred and ten shows given on the twelfth foreign Symposium on ADP-ribosylation Reactions: From Bacterial Pathogenesis to melanoma, held in Cancun, Mexico, may well 10-14, 1997. The Symposium used to be hosted by way of the Sociedad Mexicana de Bioquimica and was once backed by way of the college of North Texas wellbeing and fitness technology heart, fortress worthy, TX, united states.
This quantity presents a cutting-edge resource of knowledge for easy scientists and clinicians who're drawn to the molecular, biochemical, and mobile features of protein-(ADP-ribose) move reactions in human healthiness and disease.

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Furthermore, it will be interesting to compare the shuttle vector data shown here with mutation rates of chromosomal genes, such as HPRT, in this cellular system. Results of previous inhibitor studies on the role of poly (ADP-ribosyl)ation in mutagenesis have been conflicting [2432]. This may have been due to differences in the experimental systems (including the mutational target genes) studied and! or to problems with the specificity of ADP-ribosylation inhibitors used under the various conditions.

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