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FBH1 Promotes DNA Double-strand Breakage And Apoptosis In Response To DNA Replication Stress
Yeon-Tae Jeong, M. Rossi, Lukas Cermak, A. Saraf, L. Florens, M. Washburn, P. Sung, C. Schildkraut, M. Pagano
Published 2013 ·
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