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A Multi-Endpoint Approach to Base Excision Repair Incision Activity Augmented by PARylation and DNA Damage Levels in Mice : Impact of Sex and Age

A Multi-Endpoint Approach to Base Excision Repair Incision Activity Augmented by PARylation and DNA Damage Levels in Mice : Impact of Sex and Age

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WINKELBEINER, Nicola, Viktoria K. WANDT, Franziska EBERT, Kristina LOSSOW, Ezgi E. BANKOGLU, Maximilian MARTIN, Aswin MANGERICH, Helga STOPPER, Julia BORNHORST, Tanja SCHWERDTLE, 2020. A Multi-Endpoint Approach to Base Excision Repair Incision Activity Augmented by PARylation and DNA Damage Levels in Mice : Impact of Sex and Age. In: International Journal of Molecular Sciences. MDPI. 21(18), 6600. eISSN 1422-0067. Available under: doi: 10.3390/ijms21186600

@article{Winkelbeiner2020-09-09Multi-50798, title={A Multi-Endpoint Approach to Base Excision Repair Incision Activity Augmented by PARylation and DNA Damage Levels in Mice : Impact of Sex and Age}, year={2020}, doi={10.3390/ijms21186600}, number={18}, volume={21}, journal={International Journal of Molecular Sciences}, author={Winkelbeiner, Nicola and Wandt, Viktoria K. and Ebert, Franziska and Lossow, Kristina and Bankoglu, Ezgi E. and Martin, Maximilian and Mangerich, Aswin and Stopper, Helga and Bornhorst, Julia and Schwerdtle, Tanja}, note={Article Number: 6600} }

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