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A bio-adjuvant combination approach for the chemoprevention of oral cancer: Preclinical trials
by Bothwell, Katelyn Ann DiBernardo, M.S.  State University of New York at Buffalo. 2015: 59 pages; 1584107.
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Investigating the Mechanistic Basis for Epigenetic Modifications Induced by Tungsten
by Laulicht, Freda, Ph.D.  New York University. 2016: 127 pages; 10139523.
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ROS-induced DNA adducts in the rodents after exposure to superfund hazardous chemicals
by Gao, Lina, Ph.D.  The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. 2011: 212 pages; 3477549.
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The role of signaling pathways in the development of hepatocellular carcinoma
by Lee, Susie, Ph.D.  University of California, San Francisco. 2010: 168 pages; 3390107.
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Lung injury, inflammation, and death resistance in hexavalent chromium carcinogenesis
by Beaver, Laura Michelle, Ph.D.  The George Washington University. 2008: 177 pages; 3315750.
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Mode of Action for Hexavalent Chromium Carcinogenicity in Drinking Water
by Ding, Hao, M.S.  The George Washington University. 2012: 77 pages; 1506033.
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β-Cryptoxanthin prevents against carcinogen-initiated and nicotine-promoted lung tumor development and emphysema in A/J mice and the possible mechanisms involved
by Iskandar, Anita Ratnasari, Ph.D.  Tufts University, Gerald J. and Dorothy R. Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy. 2012: 255 pages; 3505924.
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Linking obesity to colorectal cancer: Recent insights into plausible biological mechanisms
by Guffey, Catherine R., M.S.  University of South Carolina. 2013: 29 pages; 1537648.
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The roles of mitochondria and reactive intermediate species in asbestos-induced mutagenesis
by Huang, Xuelian (Sarah), Ph.D.  Columbia University. 2009: 286 pages; 3388606.
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In vivo DNA repair mechanisms and carcinogenesis
by Woodrick, Jordan Covington, Ph.D.  Georgetown University. 2014: 97 pages; 3619121.
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The Role of the MTG Family and BVES in Intestinal Biology and Tumorigenesis
by Parang, Bobak, Ph.D.  Vanderbilt University. 2015: 152 pages; 13834908.
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How Protraction Moderates Radiation Risk in Animal Mortality Studies
by Haley, Benjamin, Ph.D.  Northwestern University. 2017: 167 pages; 10258166.
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Impact of physical activity in the prevention of colorectal cancer
by Barnes, Sarah A., M.S.  University of South Carolina. 2013: 42 pages; 1537616.
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Biological and Functional Consequences of Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms of the O6-Methylguanine-DNA-Methyltransferase Gene
by Cross, Courtney Elizabeth, Ph.D.  The University of Texas Medical Branch Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences. 2011: 152 pages; 3519514.
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Identifying Mist1 regulated genes in pancreatic acinar cell homeostasis and carcinogenesis
by DiRenzo, Daniel Michael, Ph.D.  Purdue University. 2012: 222 pages; 3544125.
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Epigenetic regulation by MYC: Oncogene-mediated changes in H3K27ME3 in prostate cancer
by Slider, Laxmi G. Pellakuru, Ph.D.  The Johns Hopkins University. 2013: 192 pages; 3573099.
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Clonal evolution in cancer
by Salk, Jesse J., Ph.D.  University of Washington. 2010: 144 pages; 3424283.
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Phenolic Constituents from Garcinia intermedia and Related Species
by Munoz Acuna, Ulyana, Ph.D.  City University of New York. 2011: 110 pages; 3444330.
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Molecular regulation of breast cancer susceptibility by dietary factors
by Su, Ying, Ph.D.  University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. 2008: 206 pages; 3340145.
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Estrogen, catechol-O-methyltransferase genotypes, and bladder cancer risk in Egypt
by Wolpert, Beverly J., Ph.D.  University of Maryland, Baltimore. 2009: 135 pages; 3387999.
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