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ROS-inducible DNA cross-linking agent as a new anticancer prodrug building block

Chemistry 18(13): 3850-3854
ROS-inducible DNA cross-linking agent as a new anticancer prodrug building block

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Accession: 055338370

PMID: 22378607

DOI: 10.1002/chem.201200075

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