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Dietary fish oil reduces DNA adduct formation while estradiol upregulates apoptosis in response to DNA damage in the rat colon

, : Dietary fish oil reduces DNA adduct formation while estradiol upregulates apoptosis in response to DNA damage in the rat colon. Digestive Diseases and Sciences 56(9): 2585-2594


PMID: 21409371

DOI: 10.1007/s10620-011-1667-1

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