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Use of a cocktail of spin traps for fingerprinting large range of free radicals in biological systems.

Bibliographic reference Marchand, Valérie ; Charlier, Nicolas ; Verrax, Julien ; Buc Calderon, Pedro ; Levêque, Philippe ; et. al. Use of a cocktail of spin traps for fingerprinting large range of free radicals in biological systems.. In: PLoS One, Vol. 12, p. e0172998 [1-15] (2017)
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