Environmental Health Perspectives - Volume 104, issue Suppl 3

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Abstract

The utility of biomarkers for evaluating the genotoxicity of environmental exposures is well documented. Biomarkers of both exposure and effect provide bases for assessing human-genotoxicant interactions and may be indicative of future disease risk. At present, there is little information on the

Journal: Environmental Health Perspectives, vol. 104, no. Suppl 3, 1996

Abstract

Individual susceptibility to cancer may result from host factors including differences n metabolism, DNA repair, altered expression of protooncogenes and tumor suppressor genes, and nutritional status. Since most carcinogens require metabolic activation before binding to DNA, variations in an ind

Journal: Environmental Health Perspectives, vol. 104, no. Suppl 3, 1996