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Heme oxygenase 1 protects human colonocytes against ROS formation, oxidative DNA damage and cytotoxicity induced by heme iron, but not inorganic iron

Heme oxygenase 1 protects human colonocytes against ROS formation, oxidative DNA damage and cytotoxicity induced by heme iron, but not inorganic iron

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SEIWERT, Nina, Sabine WECKLEIN, Philipp DEMUTH, Solveig HASSELWANDER, Talke A KEMPER, Tanja SCHWERDTLE, Thomas BRUNNER, Jörg FAHRER, 2020. Heme oxygenase 1 protects human colonocytes against ROS formation, oxidative DNA damage and cytotoxicity induced by heme iron, but not inorganic iron. In: Cell Death and Disease. Nature Publishing Group. 11(9), 787. eISSN 2041-4889. Available under: doi: 10.1038/s41419-020-02950-8

@article{Seiwert2020-09-23oxyge-51309, title={Heme oxygenase 1 protects human colonocytes against ROS formation, oxidative DNA damage and cytotoxicity induced by heme iron, but not inorganic iron}, year={2020}, doi={10.1038/s41419-020-02950-8}, number={9}, volume={11}, journal={Cell Death and Disease}, author={Seiwert, Nina and Wecklein, Sabine and Demuth, Philipp and Hasselwander, Solveig and Kemper, Talke A and Schwerdtle, Tanja and Brunner, Thomas and Fahrer, Jörg}, note={Article Number: 787} }

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