Cancerogene Substanzen, Berufskrebs und Krebssterblichkeit

@article{Oettel1958CancerogeneSB,
  title={Cancerogene Substanzen, Berufskrebs und Krebssterblichkeit},
  author={Heinrich Oettel},
  journal={Angewandte Chemie},
  year={1958},
  volume={70},
  pages={532-539}
}
Viele Hunderte chemischer Verbindungen erzeugen nach der Applikation auf irgendeinem Wege bei irgendeiner Tierart irgendwelche Tumoren. Aus den Beobachtungen von Berufskrebsen wissen wir aber, das beim Menschen durch den Einflus von Chemikalien nur sehr selten Tumoren entstehen. Der Nachweis der cancerogenen Wirkung einer chemischen Verbindung im Tierversuch ist recht problematisch: Einerseits sind viele Stoffe, die im Tierversuch stark cancerogen wirken, fur den Menschen nur auserst schwach… Expand
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