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Antiserum detection of reactive carbonyl species-modified DNA in human colonocytes

By N. Mistry, R.J. Bevan, Marcus S. Cooke, Mark D. Evans, E.P. Halligan, D.A. Lowes, K. Nichol and J. Lunec


This is the author's final draft of the version published as Free Radical Research, 2008, 42 (4), pp.344-35

Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Year: 2008
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