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From: Natural resistance to ascorbic acid induced oxidative stress is mainly mediated by catalase activity in human cancer cells and catalase-silencing sensitizes to oxidative stress

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Relative cytotoxicity of ascorbic acid on cancer and benigne cells. Shown are the EC50 values of different cell lines for an ascorbic acid exposure time of 14 h and an ascorbic acid free culture time of 34 h. Cell viability was measured with the crystal violet assay at the end of culture. The results shown are representative for 3 independent analyses.

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