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Metabolite damage and its repair or pre-emption.

Bibliographic reference Linster, Carole L ; Van Schaftingen, Emile ; Hanson, Andrew D. Metabolite damage and its repair or pre-emption.. In: Nature Chemical Biology, Vol. 9, no.2, p. 72-80 (2013)
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