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A study of micronuclei and dna damage of cervical and urothelial epithelium in relation to some common human cervical infections and diseases

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Asha Khanna, Mubashir Azam Mir, Varsha Aglawe and Rekha James
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Abstract: 

India contributes to more than one fifth of the global incidence of cervical cancer cases. This is mainly due to the lack of awareness and screening of middle and low socioeconomic group women of our population. This investigation was done in the form of group of case studies in which some parameters such as the occurrence of micronucleate (MN) and binucleate (BN) cells in the cervical epithelium and urothelial cells and their relevance with regard to cervical/urothelial inflammation or infection was explored. A high occurrence of these parameters points towards a high susceptibility of such cases to malignancy. Among the samples of (cervical scrapings) patients analyzed, the occurrence of MN was highest in fibroid patients followed by those with prolonged menstrual bleeding and leucorrhoea. The highest occurrence of MN in urothelial cells was found in a 76 year old patient with pus cells, followed by a 40 year old leucorrhoea patient. Thus urinary infections are also a cause of high BN and MN occurrence. Metrorrhagia and leucorrhoea are also associated with more BN cells. The DNA damage in cells of some cervical epithelium and urothelial cells was also assayed by comet assay. Thus BN, MN and comet assay can be used as biomarker for predisposition to malignancy in conjunction with other symptoms.

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