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Retinoic acid synergizes ATO-mediated cytotoxicity by precluding Nrf2 activity in AML cells

Bibliographic reference Valenzuela Valderrama, Manuel Alejandro ; Glorieux, Christophe ; Stockis, Julie ; Sid, Brice ; Sandoval Calquin, Juan Marcelo ; et. al. Retinoic acid synergizes ATO-mediated cytotoxicity by precluding Nrf2 activity in AML cells. In: The British journal of cancer, Vol. 111, no. 5, p. 874-882 (2014)
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