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2004In Vitro Detection of Neuronal Stress Induced by Mercury Compounds in Cerebellar Granuler Cells from hsp70/hGH Transgenic Mice.BAYO Maria; SERRA BELTRAN Miguel angel; CLERICI Libero antonioArticles in Journals
2001Nickel, Cobalt and Chromium-Induced Cytotoxicity and Intracellular Accumulation in Human HaCaT Keratinocytes.ERMOLLI Monica; MENNE' Charlotte; POZZI Giovanni; SERRA BELTRAN Miguel angel; CLERICI Libero antonioArticles in Journals
2001Nickel-Induced Proteins in Human HaCaT Keratinocytes: Annexin II and Phosphoglycerate Kinase.ACEVEDO Fernando; SERRA BELTRAN Miguel angel; ERMOLLI Monica; CLERICI Libero antonio; VESTERBERG OlofArticles in Journals
1998Oncogene Transgenic Mice: A Useful Model to Study in vivo the Relationships between Gangliosides and Oncogenes.COLOMBO I.; MONTEGGIA Elena; MORETTI S.; MANGIARINI L.; SACCO Maria grazia; VILLA Anna; RAPELLI S.; CLERICI Libero antonio; BERRA B.Articles in Journals
2005Sex-Dependent Expression of Cancer-Related Genes in Mice Exposed to Arsenic via Drinking Water.CLERICI Libero antonio; CASATI B.; COLLOTTA Angelo; SERRA BELTRAN Miguel angel; MARAFANTE Erminio; VAHTER MarieArticles in Journals
1997A Transgenic Mouse Model for the Detection of Cellular Stress Induced by Toxic Inorganic Compounds.SACCO Maria grazia; ZECCA Luigi; BAGNASCO Luca; CHIESA Giulia; PAROLINI Cinzia; BROMLEY Peter; MIRA CATO' Enrica; RONCUCCI Romeo; CLERICI Libero antonio; VEZZONI PaoloArticles in Journals
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