Biological Reactive Intermediates: Formation, Toxicity and Inactivation


It contains 37 research papers which are grouped into 6 subsections , and each is followed by a synopsis of the relevant discussion. As chemical carcinogens were the first compounds for which biologically activated intermediates were observed, and in view of the current level of concern for the detection of these agents in the environment, it is no surprise… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/bjc.1978.215


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@article{OConnor1978BiologicalRI, title={Biological Reactive Intermediates: Formation, Toxicity and Inactivation}, author={Patricia J. O'Connor}, journal={British Journal of Cancer}, year={1978}, volume={38}, pages={357 - 357} }