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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
19953-Isobutyl-1-Methylxanthine Inhibits the Mutagenic Activity of 7,12-Dimethylbenz(a)anthracene in Epithelial Liver Cells in CultureBERTACCA Anna; CINI Marco; SBRANA Marella; TURCHI GinoArticles in Journals
1995Cytosolic 5'-Nucleotidase/Nucleoside Phosphotransferase: a Nucleoside Analog Activating Enzyme?TURRIANI Maura; PESI R.; NARDONE A.; TURCHI Gino; SGARRELLA F.; IPATA P.l.; TOZZI Maria graziaArticles in Journals
1996Development and Validation of Alternative Metabolic Systems for Mutagenicity Testing in Short-Term AssaysRUEFF J.; CHIAPELLA C.; CHIPMAN J.k.; DARROUDI F.; DUARTE SILVA I.; DUVERGER-VAN BOGAERT M.; FONTI E.; ISERN P.; LAIRES A.; LEONARD A., et alArticles in Journals
1996DT-Diaphorase Affects the Mutagenic Activity of Pyrene 1.6-Quinone in Chinese Hamster Epithelial Liver (CHEL) CellsROSSINI Paola; TURCHI GinoArticles in Journals
1998Establishment and Characterization of a New Mammary Adonocarcinoma Cell Line Derived from MMTV neu Transgenic Mice.SACCO Maria grazia; GRIBALDO Laura; BARBIERI Ottavia; COLLOTTA Angelo; TURCHI Gino; ZUCCHI Ileana; BAGNASCO Luca; BARONE Domenico; VILLA Anna; MARAFANTE Erminio, et alArticles in Journals
1995Induction of Chromosomal Aberrations and Spindle Disturbances in Chinese Hamster Epithelial Liver Cells in Culture by Pyrene and Benzo[a]pyrene QuinosesSBRANA Isabella; PULITI Aldamaria; SEIDEL Albrecht; GLATT Handruedi; TURCHI GinoArticles in Journals
1995Purine Enzyme Profile in Human colon Carcinoma Cell Lines and Differential Sensitivity to Deoxycoformycin and 2'-Deoxyadenosine in CombinationCAMICI Marcella; TURRIANI Maura; TURCHI Gino; COS Joan; ALEMANY Cristina; NOE Veronique; CIUDAD Carlos j.Articles in Journals
1997Structure-Activity Relationship in the Induction of Chromosomal Aberrations and Spindle Disturbances in Chinese Hamster Epithelial Liver Cells by Regioisomeric Phenanthrene Quinones.TURCHI Gino; SEIDEL Albrecht; PULITI Aldamaria; SBRANA IsabellaArticles in Journals
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