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HBx or HCV core gene expression in HepG2 human liver cells results in a survival benefit against oxidative stress with possible implications for HCC development

(2007) CHEMICO-BIOLOGICAL INTERACTIONS. 168(2). p.128-134
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liver, oxidative stress, cancer, hepatitis virus, inflammation, cell death, peroxynitrite, HEPATITIS-C VIRUS, DNA-DAMAGE, IN-VITRO, PROTEIN, ACTIVATION, PEROXYNITRITE, REDOX, REPLICATION, REDUCTION, CHEMISTRY

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Severi, Tamara, Sara Vander Borght, Louis Libbrecht, et al. “HBx or HCV Core Gene Expression in HepG2 Human Liver Cells Results in a Survival Benefit Against Oxidative Stress with Possible Implications for HCC Development.” CHEMICO-BIOLOGICAL INTERACTIONS 168.2 (2007): 128–134. Print.
APA
Severi, T., Vander Borght, S., Libbrecht, L., VanAelst, L., Nevens, F., Roskams, T., Cassiman, D., et al. (2007). HBx or HCV core gene expression in HepG2 human liver cells results in a survival benefit against oxidative stress with possible implications for HCC development. CHEMICO-BIOLOGICAL INTERACTIONS, 168(2), 128–134.
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Severi, Tamara, Sara Vander Borght, Louis Libbrecht, Lucas VanAelst, Frederik Nevens, Tania Roskams, David Cassiman, Johan Fevery, Chris Verslype, and Jos F van Pelt. 2007. “HBx or HCV Core Gene Expression in HepG2 Human Liver Cells Results in a Survival Benefit Against Oxidative Stress with Possible Implications for HCC Development.” Chemico-biological Interactions 168 (2): 128–134.
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Severi, Tamara, Sara Vander Borght, Louis Libbrecht, Lucas VanAelst, Frederik Nevens, Tania Roskams, David Cassiman, Johan Fevery, Chris Verslype, and Jos F van Pelt. 2007. “HBx or HCV Core Gene Expression in HepG2 Human Liver Cells Results in a Survival Benefit Against Oxidative Stress with Possible Implications for HCC Development.” Chemico-biological Interactions 168 (2): 128–134.
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Severi T, Vander Borght S, Libbrecht L, VanAelst L, Nevens F, Roskams T, et al. HBx or HCV core gene expression in HepG2 human liver cells results in a survival benefit against oxidative stress with possible implications for HCC development. CHEMICO-BIOLOGICAL INTERACTIONS. 2007;168(2):128–34.
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T. Severi et al., “HBx or HCV core gene expression in HepG2 human liver cells results in a survival benefit against oxidative stress with possible implications for HCC development,” CHEMICO-BIOLOGICAL INTERACTIONS, vol. 168, no. 2, pp. 128–134, 2007.
@article{3183617,
  author       = {Severi, Tamara and Vander Borght, Sara and Libbrecht, Louis and VanAelst, Lucas and Nevens, Frederik and Roskams, Tania and Cassiman, David and Fevery, Johan and Verslype, Chris and van Pelt, Jos F},
  issn         = {0009-2797},
  journal      = {CHEMICO-BIOLOGICAL INTERACTIONS},
  keywords     = {liver,oxidative stress,cancer,hepatitis virus,inflammation,cell death,peroxynitrite,HEPATITIS-C VIRUS,DNA-DAMAGE,IN-VITRO,PROTEIN,ACTIVATION,PEROXYNITRITE,REDOX,REPLICATION,REDUCTION,CHEMISTRY},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {2},
  pages        = {128--134},
  title        = {HBx or HCV core gene expression in HepG2 human liver cells results in a survival benefit against oxidative stress with possible implications for HCC development},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cbi.2007.03.006},
  volume       = {168},
  year         = {2007},
}

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