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Model for the in vitro study of the repair processes of DNA damage: human cells chronically infected with RNA-containing viruses with an inhibited repair system



Model for the in vitro study of the repair processes of DNA damage: human cells chronically infected with RNA-containing viruses with an inhibited repair system



Doklady Akademii Nauk SSSR 272(1): 211-213




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