5-methylchrysene metabolism in mouse epidermis in vivo, diol epoxide-DNA adduct persistence, and diol epoxide reactivity with DNA as potential factors influencing the predominance of 5-methylchrysene-1,2-diol-3,4-epoxide-DNA adducts in mouse epidermis

Assieh A. Melikian, Edmond J.la Voie, Stephen S. Hecht, Dietrich Hoffmann

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