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EVALUATION THE EFFECT OF MIRZAGEN DRUG ON VICIA FABA L. USING RAPD ASSAY

Mona Abdulrahman Raee.

Abstract
In this study, the use of Vicia faba L. plant seedlings as biological indicators to detect the influence of a Mirtazpine drug (antidepressant known locally as Mirzagen) using Random Amplified Polymorphic DNA (RAPD). The drug led to changes in the patterns of DNA included the disappearance or loss of existing bands and the emergence of new ones as compared to untreated seedlings (control).

Key words: Mirzagen; RAPD; Vicia faba.


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