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Nrf2 Contributes to the Poor Prognosis and Chemoresistance

By Jhih-Pu Syu, Jen-Tsan Chi and Hsiu-Ni Kung

Submitted: April 16th 2016Reviewed: August 4th 2016Published: December 21st 2016

DOI: 10.5772/65105

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Jhih-Pu Syu, Jen-Tsan Chi and Hsiu-Ni Kung (December 21st 2016). Nrf2 Contributes to the Poor Prognosis and Chemoresistance, The Transcription Factor Nrf2 Jose Antonio Morales-Gonzalez, Angel Morales-Gonzalez and Eduardo Osiris Madrigal-Santillan, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/65105. Available from:

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