Gene Toxicity and Cancer
Publication Year: 2011
Type: Federal resource, Online publication
Research on the impact of environmental agents on gene mutation established it as a major route of cancer causation. This discovery led to several effective early screening techniques for cancer-causing agents, reduction of genotoxic substances in the general environment, and strides in enhancing current cancer treatments.
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