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Cell death and lipid peroxidation in isolated hepatocytes incubated in the presence of hydrogen peroxide and iron salts.

Bibliographic reference Latour, I ; Pregaldien, J L ; Buc Calderon, Pedro. Cell death and lipid peroxidation in isolated hepatocytes incubated in the presence of hydrogen peroxide and iron salts.. In: Archives of toxicology, Vol. 66, no. 10, p. 743-9 (1992)
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