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Sodium orthovanadate associated with pharmacological doses of ascorbate causes an increased generation of ROS in tumor cells that inhibits proliferation and triggers apoptosis

Bibliographic reference Günther, Tânia Mara Fischer ; Kviecinski, Maicon Roberto ; Baron, Carla Cristine ; Felipe, Karina Bettega ; Farias, Mirelle Sifroni ; et. al. Sodium orthovanadate associated with pharmacological doses of ascorbate causes an increased generation of ROS in tumor cells that inhibits proliferation and triggers apoptosis. In: Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications, Vol. 430, no.3, p. 883-888 (2013)
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