Electronic cigarette aerosols increase cellular ROS...

24 July 2017

Authors studied both short- and long-term exposures to Electronic Cigarette (EC) aerosols and found that they “increase cellular reactive oxygen species and cause significant DNA damage. Moreover, EC aerosols cause oxidative DNA lesions which are highly mutagenic, and can lead to tumor initiation and progression.”Authors studied both short- and long-term exposures to

Electronic Cigarette (EC) aerosols and found that they “increase cellular reactive oxygen species and cause significant DNA damage. Moreover, EC aerosols cause oxidative DNA lesions which are highly mutagenic, and can lead to tumor initiation and progression.”

More Info : http://cancerres.aacrjournals.org/content/77/13_Supplement/502