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CANCERS, ISSN 2072-6694, 01/2020, Volume 12, Issue 1, p. 216
Nanotechnologies involving physical methods of tumor destruction using functional oligonucleotides are promising for targeted cancer therapy. Our study... 
DNA APTAMERS | CELLS | magnetic resonance imaging | DRUG-DELIVERY | ADENOCARCINOMA | drug delivery | MAGNETIC NANOPARTICLES | LARCH | magnetically induced cell disruption | magnetodynamic therapy | POLYMERIC NANOPARTICLES | ONCOLOGY | superparamagnetic ferroarabinogalactans | arabinogalactan | aptamers
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Russian Open Medical Journal, ISSN 2304-3415, 2018, Volume 7, Issue 4, p. e0409
The aim of the study was to determine the bioavailability of minerals and oxidation-antioxidant status in the laboratory animals fed with bread from regular... 
Laboratory mice | Bioavailability | Minerals | Bioactivated wheat grain | Antioxidant activity | Bread | minerals | bread | bioactivated wheat grain | laboratory mice | bioavailability | antioxidant activity
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