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Nitric oxide as a radiosensitizer: evidence for an intrinsic role in addition to its effect on oxygen delivery and consumption

Bibliographic reference Jordan, Bénédicte ; Sonveaux, Pierre ; Feron, Olivier ; Grégoire, Vincent ; Beghein, Nelson ; et. al. Nitric oxide as a radiosensitizer: evidence for an intrinsic role in addition to its effect on oxygen delivery and consumption. In: International Journal of Cancer. Journal international du cancer, Vol. 109, no. 5, p. 768-73 (2004)
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