Characterization of the cancer chemopreventive NRF2-dependent gene battery in human keratinocytes: Demonstration that the KEAP1-NRF2 pathway, and not the BACH1-NRF2 pathway, controls cytoprotection against electrophiles as well as redox-cycling compounds

A. Kenneth Macleod, Michael Mcmahon, Simon M. Plummer, Larry G. Higgins, Trevor M. Penning, Kazuhiko Igarashi, John D. Hayes

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