Beta-carotene affects gene-expression in lungs of male and female Bcmo1-/-mice in opposite directions

Y.G.J. Helden, R.W.L. Godschalk, J.J.M. Swarts, P.C.H. Hollman, F.J. van Schooten, J. Keijer

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