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Oxidative DNA damage by t-butyl hydroperoxide causes DNA single strand breaks which is not linked to cell lysis. A mechanistic study in freshly isolated rat hepatocytes.

Bibliographic reference Latour, I ; Demoulin, Jean-Baptiste ; Buc Calderon, Pedro. Oxidative DNA damage by t-butyl hydroperoxide causes DNA single strand breaks which is not linked to cell lysis. A mechanistic study in freshly isolated rat hepatocytes.. In: FEBS letters, Vol. 373, no. 3, p. 299-302 (1995)
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