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B.K.L.W., D.R.A.C., F.Z. and H.D.: drafted and approved the manuscript prior to submission. A.T., V.M. and A.D.: provided critical revision of the manuscript, approved the manuscript prior to submission, and supervised the work.

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Wong, B.K.L., Zhang, F., Do, H. et al. Comment on: “Hypoxia differently modulates the release of mitochondrial and nuclear DNA”. Br J Cancer 124, 2035–2036 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41416-021-01287-z

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