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Enhancement of quinone redox cycling by ascorbate induces a caspase-3 independent cell death in human leukaemia cells. An in vitro comparative study.

Bibliographic reference Verrax, Julien ; Delvaux, Marianne ; Beghein, Nelson ; Taper, Henryk ; Gallez, Bernard ; et. al. Enhancement of quinone redox cycling by ascorbate induces a caspase-3 independent cell death in human leukaemia cells. An in vitro comparative study.. In: Free radical research, Vol. 39, no. 6, p. 649-57 (2005)
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