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CMI 05: Normal Gene Activation and Arsenic-Inhibited Gene Activation
Projection Media
Objective: Shows a possible mechanism, currently being studied, of arsenic-induced disease. Arsenic enters the cell, where it attaches to a glucocorticoid receptor and interferes with gene activation in the cell nucleus. Used in student lectures and grants presentations.

References: Joshua W. Hamilton, Ph.D. (Dartmouth Medical School)

Medium: Adobe Photoshop

Mode of Presentation/Audience: Projection Slide / Scientists & General Audience

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Created: July 2001. Last revision: Sunday, December 18, 2005