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In vitro cytotoxicity and mutagenicity of mainstream waterpipe smoke and its functional consequences on alveolar type II derived cells.
INTRODUCTION While waterpipe tobacco smoking has become a global phenomenon, its potential health consequences are poorly understood. In this manuscript, we report the in vitro mutagenicity ofExpand
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In vitro effects of waterpipe smoke condensate on endothelial cell function: a potential risk factor for vascular disease.
AIM Despite its increasing popularity, little is known about the health effects of waterpipe smoking (WPS), particularly on the cardiovascular system. To investigate the role of WPS as a risk factorExpand
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RSK regulates activated BRAF signalling to mTORC1 and promotes melanoma growth
The Ras/mitogen-activated protein kinase (MAPK) signalling cascade regulates various biological functions, including cell growth, proliferation and survival. As such, this pathway is oftenExpand
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