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Normal and Arsenic-Inhibited Gene Activation 

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Arsenic as an Endcrine Disruptor

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.
Next medical illustration of Anterior and posterior views of human muscular anatomy, showing both superficial and deep layers.

Muscle Anatomy

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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