Tp53-associated growth arrest and DNA damage repair gene expression is attenuated in mammary epithelial cells of rats fed whey proteins

Bhuvanesh Dave, Renea R. Eason, Yan Geng, Ying Su, Thomas M. Badger, Rosalia C.M. Simmen

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