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Oxidative stress is thought to participate in chemical carcinogenesis and may trigger gene mutations. To accurately assess the carcinogenesis risk posed to humans by chemical exposure, it is(More)
To explore the role of oxidative stress in chemical carcinogenesis driven by non-genotoxic mechanisms, nrf2-deficient (nrf2(-/-)) and nrf2-wild-type (nrf2(+/+)) mice were exposed to pentachlorophenol(More)