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double-strand breaks
(273 times)
Radiology
(159 times)
SSB (42 times)
PFGE (14 times)
LET (11 times)
1975 Oxygen--effect on strand breaks and specific end-groups in DNA of irradiated thymocytes.
double-stranded breaks
(6 times)
Radiology
(2 times)
SSB (2 times)
CS (1 time)
1982 [Escherichia coli K-12 mutants with enhanced resistance to ionizing radiation. II. Study of DNA damage and repair in gamma-irradiated cells].
disulphide bond formation protein
(3 times)
Parasitology
(2 times)
IFA (1 time)
TBD (1 time)
trp36 (1 time)
2005 Detection of medically important Ehrlichia by quantitative multicolor TaqMan real-time polymerase chain reaction of the dsb gene.
disulphide bond formation
(2 times)
Zoology
(1 time)
CME (1 time)
qPCR (1 time)
RSH (1 time)
1999 Tellurite-mediated thiol oxidation in Escherichia coli.
debris buster
(1 time)
Neurology
(1 time)
crq (1 time)
2014 Epidermal cells are the primary phagocytes in the fragmentation and clearance of degenerating dendrites in Drosophila.
double-sideband
(1 time)
Diagnostic Imaging
(1 time)
FIB (1 time)
ssb (1 time)
2011 Design of a hybrid double-sideband/single-sideband (schlieren) objective aperture suitable for electron microscopy.
Double-strand
(1 time)
Radiology
(1 time)
--- 1997 The effect of serum albumin on the radiolysis of DNA studied by constant field electrophoresis and compared to alterations caused by low molecular weight OH. scavengers.
ds breaks
(1 time)
Pharmacology
(1 time)
DEPD (1 time)
ds (1 time)
PD (1 time)
1997 Breaks in double-strand DNA by Cu(II) complexes of etoposide (VP-16) and its derivatives, as evaluated by S1 nuclease treatment.