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Nature of radiation and chemically induced lesions and role or cellular mechanism in cell survival and mutagenesis. II






Advances in Biological and Medical Physics 17: 115-128

Nature of radiation and chemically induced lesions and role or cellular mechanism in cell survival and mutagenesis. II



Accession: 043719555

PMID: 6969977



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