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Hard-metal (WC-Co) particles trigger a signaling cascade involving p38 MAPK, HIF-1α, HMOX1, and p53 activation in human PBMC.

Bibliographic reference Lombaert, Noömi ; Castrucci, Eleonora ; Decordier, Ilse ; Van Hummelen, Paul ; Kirsch-Volders, Micheline ; et. al. Hard-metal (WC-Co) particles trigger a signaling cascade involving p38 MAPK, HIF-1α, HMOX1, and p53 activation in human PBMC.. In: Archives of Toxicology, Vol. 87, no. 2, p. 259-68 (2013)
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