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In the early, online edition of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, New York University researchers describe DNA damage associated with e-cigarette exposure in mice. The team used a combination of immuno-slot-blot, DNA repair, and other assays to look for mutagenic DNA changes in tissues from mice exposed to the combustion-free nicotine delivery system for a few hours per day, five days per week over three months.

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