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STUDY: Vaping does not break down cell DNA unlike smoking.

STUDY: Vaping does not break down cell DNA unlike smoking.

In recent years, several studies have announced that vaping can be harmful to the DNA of our cells. Today a new publication invalidates this work by demonstrating that vaping does not degrade the DNA of cells unlike smoking.


NO DNA DEGRADATION WITH VAPING!


Tests have been carried out in-vitro, on stem cells in order to answer a complex question: Does vaping degrade the DNA of our cells? In the review Mutagenesis, scientists say they used a tool called " Toxys'ToxTracker“, Which allows us to assess the effects of a chemical on our genes. They compared the effects of cigarette smoke to those of e-liquid vapor. The researchers looked at oxidative stress in cells, the breakdown of DNA and proteins, and the activation of the p53 gene, which is linked to the regulation of cell cycles and the suppression of cells. tumors.

According to the results of this test, the vapor emitted by the e-liquid contained in the e-cigarette does not degrade DNA compared to smoked cigarettes. " This work adds to existing scientific literature which shows that vaping products, when of good quality and meet safety requirements, reduce harm, compared to continued smoking. " , valued Dr Grant O'Connell, one of the authors of this research.

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