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Bulletin of Experimental Biology and Medicine

, Volume 101, Issue 2, pp 226–229 | Cite as

Cells from patients with homocystinuria: A model for studying repair mechanisms in human cells

  • G. D. Zasukhina
  • Yu. I. Barashnev
  • G. N. L'vova
  • T. A. Sinel'shchikova
  • N. N. Shoniya
  • A. N. Semyachkina
Experimental Biology
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Key Words

homocystinuria repair of DNA breaks mutagenesis of vaccinia virus 

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© Plenum Publishing Corporation 1986

Authors and Affiliations

  • G. D. Zasukhina
  • Yu. I. Barashnev
  • G. N. L'vova
  • T. A. Sinel'shchikova
  • N. N. Shoniya
  • A. N. Semyachkina

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