Janus carcinogens are carcinogenic agents that, under differing conditions of cell type or dose, can instead act as anticarcinogens. Studies by Haseman and Johnson [J.K. Haseman, F.M. Johnson, Analysis of rodent NTP bioassay data for anticarcinogenic effects, Mutat. Res. , 350 (1996) 131-142], have demonstrated that many chemicals that are carcinogenic for… (More)
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