Molecular alterations associated with chronic exposure to cigarette smoke and chewing tobacco in normal oral keratinocytes

Cancer biology & therapy, Vol. 19, Issue 9, Pages 773-785, 2018

PMID: 29723088

Tobacco usage is a known risk factor associated with development of oral cancer. It is mainly consumed in two different forms (smoking and chewing) that vary in their composition and methods of intake. Despite being the leading cause of oral cancer, molecular alterations induced by tobacco are poorly understood.

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