Biomonitoring using accessible human cells for exposure and health risk assessment.

@article{Salama1999BiomonitoringUA,
  title={Biomonitoring using accessible human cells for exposure and health risk assessment.},
  author={Salama A. Salama and M Serrana and William Y. W. Au},
  journal={Mutation research},
  year={1999},
  volume={436 1},
  pages={99-112}
}
A major goal for genetic toxicologist is to provide precise information on exposure and health risk assessment for effective prevention of health problems. A frequently used approach for population study has been to utilize readily available blood cells (lymphocytes and red blood cells) as sentinel cell types to detect biological effects from exposure and to provide early warning signals for health risk. However, such approach still cannot be used reliably for developing strategies in risk… CONTINUE READING

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