Metabolomic response of osteosarcoma cells to nanographene oxide-mediated hyperthermia.

  title={Metabolomic response of osteosarcoma cells to nanographene oxide-mediated hyperthermia.},
  author={M{\'o}nica Cicu{\'e}ndez and J. S{\'a}nchez Flores and Helena Oliveira and María Teresa Portolés and Mar{\'i}a Vallet‐Reg{\'i} and Mercedes Vila and Iola F. Duarte},
  journal={Materials science \& engineering. C, Materials for biological applications},

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