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Electron paramagnetic resonance highlights that the oxygen effect contributes to the radiosensitizing effect of paclitaxel.

Bibliographic reference Danhier, Fabienne ; Danhier, Pierre ; Magotteaux, Nicolas ; De Preter, Géraldine ; Ucakar, Bernard ; et. al. Electron paramagnetic resonance highlights that the oxygen effect contributes to the radiosensitizing effect of paclitaxel.. In: PLoS One, Vol. 7, no.7, p. e40772 (2012)
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