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Characterization of circulating free DNA in healthy and diseased individuals
(North-West University, 2009)
Circulating DNA is small fragments of DNA present in the blood of vertebrates. Even though the origin, function and significance of these DNA fragments are not elucidated yet, it is widely investigated as a source of ...
Characterization of circulating DNA as a biomarker for genetic aberrations in humans
(North-West University, 2006)
Circulating DNA is fragments of DNA which can be found in the blood of healthy as well as diseased individuals. Higher levels of these nucleic acid molecules can be found in diseased and pregnant individuals in contrast ...
DNA damage and repair during the mammalian hormonal cycle
(North-West University, 2005)
The aim of this study was to determine the pattern of DNA damage and repair during the mammalian female hormonal cycle. This was done to determine whether the hormonal cycle must be taken into account when DNA damage and ...