DPCL

(redirected from DNA-Protein Cross-Link)
AcronymDefinition
DPCLDynamic Probe Class Library
DPCLDynamic Probe Class Library (software developer library)
DPCLDhamra Port Company Limited (India)
DPCLDujodwala Paper Chemicals Limited (Mumbai, India)
DPCLDashed Pedestrian Crossing Line (Singapore)
DPCLDelhi Power Company Limited (India)
DPCLDifferential Parallel-Circuit Load
DPCLDoctor of Psychology Clinical
DPCLDedicated Payload and Communication Links
DPCLDisease Prevention and Control Law of 1955
DPCLDNA-Protein Cross-Link
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DNA-protein cross-links are thought to be important genotoxic lesions induced by environmental agents and carcinogens, such as ultraviolet light (Smith 1962), formaldehyde (Cosma et al.
The process by which Cr(VI) is reduced to Cr(III) can cause many forms of DNA damage: oxidative DNA lesions such as strand breaks, chromium-DNA adducts, DNA-DNA interstrand cross-links, and DNA-protein cross-links.