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Infection-induced colitis in mice causes dynamic and tissue-specific changes in stress response and DNA damage leading to colon cancer

Infection-induced colitis in mice causes dynamic and tissue-specific changes in stress response and DNA damage leading to colon cancer

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MANGERICH, Aswin, Charles KNUTSON, Nicola PARRY, Sureshkumar MUTHUPALANI, Wenjie YE, Erin PRESTWICH, Liang CUI, Jose MCFALINE, Melissa MOBLEY, Zhongming GE, John WISHNOK, Gerald WOGAN, James G. FOX, Steven TANNENBAUM, Peter DEDON, 2012. Infection-induced colitis in mice causes dynamic and tissue-specific changes in stress response and DNA damage leading to colon cancer. In: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 109(27), pp. E1820-E1829. ISSN 0027-8424. eISSN 1091-6490

@article{Mangerich2012-07-03Infec-19704, title={Infection-induced colitis in mice causes dynamic and tissue-specific changes in stress response and DNA damage leading to colon cancer}, year={2012}, doi={10.1073/pnas.1207829109}, number={27}, volume={109}, issn={0027-8424}, journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences}, pages={E1820--E1829}, author={Mangerich, Aswin and Knutson, Charles and Parry, Nicola and Muthupalani, Sureshkumar and Ye, Wenjie and Prestwich, Erin and Cui, Liang and McFaline, Jose and Mobley, Melissa and Ge, Zhongming and Wishnok, John and Wogan, Gerald and Fox, James G. and Tannenbaum, Steven and Dedon, Peter} }

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