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Indirect mechanisms contribute to biological effects produced by decay of DNA-incorporated iodine-125 in mammalian cells in vitro: clonogenic survival.

Indirect mechanisms contribute to biological effects produced by decay of DNA-incorporated iodine-125 in mammalian cells in vitro: clonogenic survival. Radiat Res. 1998 Feb; 149(2):142-6.

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