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Potential use of the alkaline comet assay as a predictor of bladder tumour response to radiation

By S R McKeown, T Robson, M E Price, E T S Ho, D G Hirst and V J McKelvey-Martin
Topics: Molecular and Cellular Pathology
Publisher: Nature Publishing Group
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