Transcriptional responses to ionizing radiation reveal that p53R2 protects against radiation-induced mutagenesis in human lymphoblastoid cells

M. H. Tsai, X. Chen, G. V.R. Chandramouli, Y. Chen, H. Yan, S. Zhao, P. Keng, H. L. Liber, C. N. Coleman, J. B. Mitchell, E. Y. Chuang

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