Dietary putrescine reduces the intestinal anticarcinogenic activity of sulindac in a murine model of familial adenomatous polyposis

Natalia A. Ignatenko, David G. Besselsen, Upal K. Basu Roy, David E. Stringer, Karen A. Blohm-Mangone, Jose L. Padilla-Torres, Jose M. Guillen-R, Eugene W. Gerner

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