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Radiation-Enhanced Oncogene Expression

  • V. Klement
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Abstract

“Doctor Hašek will see you now” said the secretary and looked at me over her glasses. The door was open, and in the air there was a pleasant fragrance of aromatic tobacco. In the center of a rather modest office was standing a tall, athletic man in a dark business suit, white shirt and a tie, lighting a pipe. An unusual-looking pipe, with a brier bowl and an aluminum stem. Through the smoke I saw the man’s face with distinctly cut features, an angular jaw, a tanned and relaxed face. He was smiling.

Keywords

Gamma Radiation Pleasant Fragrance Nonirradiated Control eDNA Probe White Shirt 
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