Sample records for INTERCAMBIO DE CROMOSOMAS (chromosome exchanges)
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SMC proteins, new players in the maintenance of genomic stability

Cortés-Ledesma, Felipe; Piccoli, Giaccomo de; Haber, James E.; Aragón, Luis; Aguilera, Andrés
2007-04-15

Digital.CSIC (Spain)

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Postsymbiotic plasmid acquisition and evolution of the repA1-replicon in Buchnera aphidicola

Ham, Roeland C.H.J. van; Silva Moreno, Francisco; Sabater Muñoz, Beatriz; Moya Simarro, Andrés; Latorre Castillo, Amparo; González-Candela, Fernando
2000-09-01

Digital.CSIC (Spain)

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Heterologous Expression and Identification of the Genes Involved in Anaerobic Degradation of 1,3-Dihydroxybenzene (Resorcinol) in Azoarcus anaerobius

Darley, Paula I.; Hellstern, Jutta A.; Medina-Bellver, Javier I.; Marqués, Silvia; Schink, Bernhard; Philipp, Bodo
2007-05-01

Digital.CSIC (Spain)

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Alteraciones cromosómicas estructurales inducidas por bioflavonoides de la dieta en linfocitos de anemia de Fanconi/ Structural Chromosomal Alterations Induced by Dietary Bioflavonoids in Fanconi Anemia Lymphocytes

Galeano, Liliana; Guevara, Gonzalo
2007-09-01

Resumen en español Introducción. La anemia de Fanconi es una enfermedad genética con herencia autosómica recesiva caracterizada por aplasia medular, predisposición a leucemia mieloide aguda, tumores sólidos y aumento en la inestabilidad cromosómica. Este síndrome puede considerarse como modelo biológico para analizar sustancias naturales con posible efecto genotóxico, difíciles de evaluar en células normales. Los objetivos de este estudio son describir y cuantificar las alteracio (mas) nes cromosómicas estructurales inducidas por cinco flavonas, dos isoflavonas y una droga quimioterapéutica inhibidora de la topoisomerasa II, en cultivos de linfocitos de anemia de Fanconi a fin de determinar si existe un incremento en el número y tipo de daño cromosómico respecto al control. Materiales y métodos. Se analizaron los cromosomas de linfocitos estimulados con fitohemaglutinina M de una paciente con anemia de Fanconi. Se evaluaron 100 metafases de cada uno de los cultivos expuestos a las sustancias y control basal. Las alteraciones cromosómicas fueron documentadas con fotografías convencionales y digitales mediante analizador de imágenes. Se utilizó la prueba de c2 para determinar diferencias significativas entre el daño cromosómico entre cultivos expuestos y no expuestos con un valor de P Resumen en inglés Introduction. Fanconi anemia is an autosomal recessive disease characterized by a variety of congenital abnormalities, progressive bone marrow failure, increased chromosomal instability and higher risk to acute myeloid leukemia, solid tumors. This entity can be considered an appropriate biological model to analyze natural substances with possible genotoxic effect. The aims of this study were to describe and quantify structural chromosomal aberrations induced by 5 flavones (mas) ,² isoflavones and a topoisomerase II chemotherapeutic inhibitor in Fanconi anemia lymphocytes in order to determine chromosomal numbers changes and/ or type of chromosomal damage. Materials and methods. Chromosomes stimulated by phytohaemagglutinin M, from Fanconi anemia lymphocytes, were analysed by conventional cytogenetic culture. For each chemical substance and controls, one hundred metaphases were evaluated. Chromosomal alterations were documented by photography and imaging analyzer. To statistical analysis was used chi square test to identify significant differences between frequencies of chromosomal damage of basal and exposed cell cultured a P value less than 0.05. Results. There were 431 chromosomal alterations in 1000 metaphases analysed; genistein was the more genotoxic bioflavonoid, followed in descendent order by genistin, fisetin, kaempferol, quercetin, baicalein and miricetin. Chromosomal aberrations observed were: chromatid breaks, chromosomal breaks, cromatid and chromosomal gaps, quadriratials exchanges, dicentrics chromosome and complex rearrangements. Conclusion. Bioflavonoids as genistein, genistin and fisetin, which are commonly present in the human diet, showed statistical significance in the number of chromosomal aberrations in Fanconi anemia lymphocytes, regarding the basal damage.

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