High-affinity low-capacity and low-affinity high-capacity N-acetyl-2-aminofluorene (AAF) macromolecular binding sites are revealed during the growth cycle of adult rat hepatocytes in primary culture

Katherine S. Koch, Tom Moran, W. Thomas Shier, Hyam L. Leffert

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