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In irradiated samples with CUR+P pretreatment, the frequency of micronuclei at the concentrations of 5 [micro]g/mL CUR+2.5 [micro]g/mL (P)+IR, 10 [micro]g/mL CUR+2.5 [micro]g/mL (P)+IR, and 25 [micro]g/mL CUR+2.5 [micro]g/mL (P)+IR was 3.07[+ or -]0.24%, 4.87[+ or -]0.26%, and 5.25[+ or -]0.29%, respectively (Table 1).
Micronuclei Count###3.06 +- 0.639###6.77 +- 0.731###p>0.05
In the present study, the mean percentage of micronuclei in irradiated blood samples without any drug treatment was 7.63[+ or -]0.08, whereas it was 0.41[+ or -]0.15 in non-irradiated control samples.
Recently, Muzinic, Ramie, and Zeljezic (2019) demonstrated that CPF treatment induced missegregation and aneuploidy in 9, 18, X, and Y chromosomes from human peripheral blood lymphocytes at low concentrations (0.623, 16.66, and 26.2 ng [mL.sup.-1]) but did not cause micronuclei incidence.
Pretreatment with seleno-L-methionine before irradiation significantly reduced micronuclei formation in both PCE and NCE and increased the PCE/PCE+NCE ratio.
After 4 hours, uncured Tetric EvoCeram and uncured Tetric EvoFlow in mass concentration of 0.013 g/mL showed a statistically significant difference in the number of micronuclei in comparison to the control group (Figs.
Protective effects of vitamins C and E on the number of micronuclei in lymphocytes in smokers and their role in ascorbate free radical formation in plasma.
The study was undertaken to ascertain the frequency of Micronuclei in oral exfoliated cells of normal individuals, patients with PMDs and OSCC and to assess the role of Micronuclei in diagnosing malignant transformation of PMD.
For that, the antioxidant enzymatic battery was analyzed, together with flow cytometric, micronuclei, mitotic aberrations, and comet assays.