Differential Formation of Hydroxyl Radicals by Adriamycin in Sensitive and Resistant MCF-7 Human Breast Tumor Cells: Implications for the Mechanism of Action

Birandra K. Sinha, Aspandiar G. Katki, Gerald Batist, Kenneth H. Cowan, Charles E. Myers

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