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Induction of thermo tolerance and enhanced heat shock protein synthesis in chinese hamster fibroblasts by sodium arsenite and ethanol



Induction of thermo tolerance and enhanced heat shock protein synthesis in chinese hamster fibroblasts by sodium arsenite and ethanol



Radiation Research 91(2): 286




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