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medical illustration of 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.

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Title: Normal and Arsenic-Inhibited Gene Activation
Author: William Scavone
Description: 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.
Keywords: Color, Information Graphics, Education, Biology, Biotechnology, Cell biology / Histology, Endocrinology / Metabolic, Genetics, Molecular Biology



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