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Pharmacological Ascorbic Acid and Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Target Tumor Cell Metabolism via an Oxidative Stress Mechanism

Poster   Feb 15, 2017

 
Pharmacological Ascorbic Acid and Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Target Tumor Cell Metabolism via an Oxidative Stress Mechanism
 
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Janine M. DeBlasi, Nathan P. Ward, PhD, Angela M. Poff, PhD, Andrew P. Koutnik, BS, Christopher Q. Rogers, PhD, David M. Diamond, PhD, Dominic P. D'Agostino, PhD

 
 

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