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Quinone redox cycling and the protective effect of dt diaphorase



Quinone redox cycling and the protective effect of dt diaphorase



Crastes De Paulet, A , L Douste-Blazy And R Paoletti (Ed ) Nato Asi (Advanced Science Institute) Series Series A Life Sciences, Vol 189 Free Radicals, Lipoproteins, And Membrane Lipids; Proceedings Of The Arw (Advanced Research Workshop) Nato Conference on Action Of Free Radicals And Active Forms Of Oxygen on Lipoproteins And Membrane Lipids: Cellular Interactions And Atherogenesis, Bendor, France, October 5-8, 1988 Xi+409p Plenum Press: New York, New York, Usa; London, England, Uk




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