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A Chemical Genetic Screen for Modulators of Asymmetrical 2,2′-Dimeric Naphthoquinones Cytotoxicity in Yeast

By Ashkan Emadi, Ashley E. Ross, Kathleen M. Cowan, Yolanda M. Fortenberry and Milena Vuica-Ross
Topics: Research Article
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