The expression of cytochrome P450IIB1 in saccharomyces cerevisia results in an increased mutation frequency when exposed to cyclophosphamide

Stephen M. Black, Sian Ellard, Richard R. Meehan, James M. Parry, Milton Adesnik, Jean D. Beggs, C. Roland Wolf

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