Preneoplastic lesions in kidney and carcinogenesis by non-genotoxic compounds

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DIETRICH, Daniel R., Thomas RASONYI, 1995. Preneoplastic lesions in kidney and carcinogenesis by non-genotoxic compounds. In: Archives of toxicology, Supplement. 17, pp. 536-546

@article{Dietrich1995Prene-6566, title={Preneoplastic lesions in kidney and carcinogenesis by non-genotoxic compounds}, year={1995}, doi={10.1007/978-3-642-79451-3_47}, volume={17}, journal={Archives of toxicology, Supplement}, pages={536--546}, author={Dietrich, Daniel R. and Rasonyi, Thomas} }

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