Comet assay measures of DNA damage are predictive of bladder cancer cell treatment sensitivityin vitroand outcomein vivo

Karen J Bowman, Manar M Al-Moneef, Benedict T Sherwood, Alexandra J Colquhoun, Jonathan C Goddard, T R Leyshon Griffiths, David Payne, Sadmeet Singh, Paul C Butterworth, Masood A Khan, Duncan J Summerton, William P Steward, Valerie J McKelvey-Martin, Stephanie McKeown, Roger C Kockelbergh, J Kilian Mellon, R Paul Symonds, George D D Jones

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    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)n/a
    JournalInternational Journal of Cancer
    VolumeTBC
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    Publication statusPublished - 2013

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    Bowman, K. J., Al-Moneef, M. M., Sherwood, B. T., Colquhoun, A. J., Goddard, J. C., Griffiths, T. R. L., Payne, D., Singh, S., Butterworth, P. C., Khan, M. A., Summerton, D. J., Steward, W. P., McKelvey-Martin, V. J., McKeown, S., Kockelbergh, R. C., Mellon, J. K., Symonds, R. P., & Jones, G. D. D. (2013). Comet assay measures of DNA damage are predictive of bladder cancer cell treatment sensitivityin vitroand outcomein vivo. International Journal of Cancer, TBC, n/a. https://doi.org/10.1002/ijc.28437