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  • Antiviral Activity of Nrf2 in a Murine Model of Respiratory Syncytial Virus Disease [Abstract] Exit NIEHS Website [Synopsis] Cho HY, Imani F, Miller-DeGraff L, Walters D, Melendi GA, Yamamoto M, Polack FP, Kleeberger SR. January 2009
  • Identification of a Specific Motif of the DSS1 Protein Required for Proteasome Interaction and p53 Protein Degradation [Abstract] Exit NIEHS Website [Synopsis] Wei SJ, Williams JG, Dang H, Darden TA, Betz BL, Humble MM, Chang FM, Trempus CS, Johnson K, Cannon RE, Tennant RW. November 2008
  • Mitigation of Chlorine-induced Lung Injury by Low-Molecular-Weight Antioxidants [Abstract] Exit NIEHS Website [Synopsis] Leustik M, Doran S, Bracher A, Williams S, Squadrito GL, Schoeb TR, Postlethwait E, Matalon S. November 2008
  • Soy Food and Isoflavone Intake in Relation to Semen Quality Parameters Among Men From an Infertility Clinic [Abstract] Exit NIEHS Website [Synopsis] Chavarro JE, Toth TL, Sadio SM, Hauser R. November 2008
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