PMID: 4362724Apr 1, 1974Paper

The enhancement by caffeine of alkylation-induced cell death, mutations and chromosomal aberrations in Chinese hamster cells, as a result of inhibition of post-replication DNA repair

Mutation Research
J J RobertsK N Ward


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