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Title: Docosahexaenoic acid in combination with celecoxib modulates HSP70 and p53 proteins in prostate cancer cells.

International journal of cancer [0020-7136] Narayanan, Bhagavathi A yr:2006 vol:119 iss:7 pg:1586 -98

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