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Stress Hormone-Mediated DNA Damage Response : Implications for Cellular Senescence and Tumour Progression

Stress Hormone-Mediated DNA Damage Response : Implications for Cellular Senescence and Tumour Progression

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MORENO-VILLANUEVA, María, Alexander BÜRKLE, 2016. Stress Hormone-Mediated DNA Damage Response : Implications for Cellular Senescence and Tumour Progression. In: Current Drug Targets. 17(4), pp. 398-404. ISSN 1389-4501. eISSN 1873-5592

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