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Aristolochic acid (AA)-DNA adduct as marker of AA exposure and risk factor for AA nephropathy-associated cancer.

Bibliographic reference Arlt, Volker M ; Alunni-Perret, Véronique ; Quatrehomme, Gérald ; Ohayon, Patrick ; Albano, Laetitia ; et. al. Aristolochic acid (AA)-DNA adduct as marker of AA exposure and risk factor for AA nephropathy-associated cancer.. In: International journal of cancer. Journal international du cancer, Vol. 111, no. 6, p. 977-80 (2004)
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