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Genomic and post-genomic effects of cigarette smoke: Mechanisms and implications for risk assessment and prevention strategies †
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Copyright © 2012 UICC
International Journal of Cancer
Volume 131, Issue 12, pages 2721–2723, 15 December 2012
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De Flora, S. and Bartsch, H. (2012), Genomic and post-genomic effects of cigarette smoke: Mechanisms and implications for risk assessment and prevention strategies . Int. J. Cancer, 131: 2721–2723. doi: 10.1002/ijc.27833
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