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Different dose rate-dependent responses of human melanoma cells and fibroblasts to low dose fast neutrons.

Bibliographic reference Dionet, Claude ; Müller-Barthélémy, Melanie ; Marceau, Geoffroy ; Denis, Jean-Marc ; Averbeck, Dietrich ; et. al. Different dose rate-dependent responses of human melanoma cells and fibroblasts to low dose fast neutrons.. In: International Journal of Radiation Biology, Vol. 92, no.9, p. 527-535 (2016)
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