X. Chris Le, University of Alberta

Chemistry Medicine and Pathology Professor Edmonton, Alberta xc.le@ualberta.ca Office: (780) 492-6416

Bio/Research

RESEARCH INVOLVES

Developing new technologies to study trace levels of arsenic and DNA damage as well as the effects of environment factors on DNA repair.

RESEARCH RELEVANCE

The research is helping us to understand more fully how arsenic causes toxic affects and how it...


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Bio/Research

RESEARCH INVOLVES

Developing new technologies to study trace levels of arsenic and DNA damage as well as the effects of environment factors on DNA repair.

RESEARCH RELEVANCE

The research is helping us to understand more fully how arsenic causes toxic affects and how it is involved in the development of cancer; it also is leading to a more reliable assessment of human exposure to arsenic from water and food ingestion.


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