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Mechanisms of Hg species induced toxicity in cultured human astrocytes : genotoxicity and DNA-damage response

Mechanisms of Hg species induced toxicity in cultured human astrocytes : genotoxicity and DNA-damage response

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PIEPER, Imke, Christoph A. WEHE, Julia BORNHORST, Franziska EBERT, Larissa LEFFERS, Michael HOLTKAMP, Pia HÖSELER, Till WEBER, Aswin MANGERICH, Alexander BÜRKLE, Uwe KARST, Tanja SCHWERDTLE, 2014. Mechanisms of Hg species induced toxicity in cultured human astrocytes : genotoxicity and DNA-damage response. In: Metallomics. 6(3), pp. 662-671. ISSN 1756-5901. eISSN 1756-591X. Available under: doi: 10.1039/C3MT00337J

@article{Pieper2014-03Mecha-27136, title={Mechanisms of Hg species induced toxicity in cultured human astrocytes : genotoxicity and DNA-damage response}, year={2014}, doi={10.1039/C3MT00337J}, number={3}, volume={6}, issn={1756-5901}, journal={Metallomics}, pages={662--671}, author={Pieper, Imke and Wehe, Christoph A. and Bornhorst, Julia and Ebert, Franziska and Leffers, Larissa and Holtkamp, Michael and Höseler, Pia and Weber, Till and Mangerich, Aswin and Bürkle, Alexander and Karst, Uwe and Schwerdtle, Tanja} }

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