1,25-Dihydroxyvitamin D3 and its analogues increase catalase at the mRNA, protein and activity level in a canine transitional carcinoma cell line

R. P. Middleton, R. Nelson, Q. Li, A. Blanton, J. A. Labuda, J. Vitt, N. Inpanbutr

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