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Supplementary Figure 3

Supplementary Figure 3

Supplementary Figure 3. a. iPrEC. Untreated. Untreated. Doxo (0,75 µM). DTX (10 nM). % ROS. % Apoptosis (Ann V+/PI- cells). b. iPrEC. -. -. -. -. -. -. +. +. +. +. +. +. c. NAC. NAC. EV. USP2a MUT. USP2a WT. Untreated. Untreated. Doxo (0,75 µM). Doxo

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