Table of Contents:
Chapter 1. A1….Germline and Somatic Mutations in Colerectal Cancers from Patients with Hereditary Nonpolyposis Colerectal Cancer; pp. 1-17
(Michiko Miyaki and Tatsuro Yamaguchi et al., Department of Surgery, Japan).
Chapter 2. Mutation Induced by Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons; pp. 19-40
(Brinda Mahadevan, Oregon State University, OR).
Chapter 3. Progress in Mutation Research on the Tandem Repeat in the Genome; pp. 41-70
(Masatake Yamauchi and Reiko Uchiyama, National Institute of Radiological Sciences, Japan).
Chapter 4. Progress in Transgenic Rodent Mutation Assays; pp. 71-96 (Tao Chen and Nan Mei et al., National Center for Toxicological Research, AR).
Chapter 5. The Role of Oxygen Free Radicals in DNA Damage and Mutation Induction; pp. 97-131
(Metka Filipic and Bojana Zegura, National Institute of Biology, Slovenia).
Chapter 6. Translesion DNA Synthesis Across Mono ADP-ribosylated dG by Y-family DNA Polymerases; pp. 133-148
(Masanobu Kawanishi and Kazuki Matsukawa, Osaka Prefecture University, Japan).
Chapter 7. DNA Non-Homologous End-Joining in Unicellular Organisms; pp. 149-188
(Miroslav Chovanec, Cancer Research Institute, Slovak Republic and Boris Kysela et al., University of Birmingham, UK).
Chapter 8. The Dominant Lethal Test in the Snail Biomphalaria glabrata: An Assay to Detection of Germ Cel Mutagens in Freshwater for Environmental Monitoring; pp. 189-215
(Eliana Nakano and Lenita de Freitas Tallarico, Instituto Butantan, Brasil).
Chapter 9. Dendrimers as Delivery Systems in Gene Therapy; pp. 217-240
(Barbara Klajnert and Maria Bryszewska, University of Lodz, Poland).
Chapter 10. DNA Oxidation and Alkylation in Diabetes; pp. 241-255 (Yildiz Dincer, Istanbul University Cerrahpasa Medical Faculty, Turkey).