DNA damage-induced sustained p53 activation contributes to inflammation-associated hepatocarcinogenesis in rats

H. X. Yan, H. P. Wu, H. L. Zhang, C. Ashton, C. Tong, J. Wu, Q. J. Qian, H. Y. Wang, Q. L. Ying

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