Metabolic influences for mutation induction curves after exposure to Sudan-1 and para red.

@article{Johnson2010MetabolicIF,
  title={Metabolic influences for mutation induction curves after exposure to Sudan-1 and para red.},
  author={George E Johnson and Emma L Quick and Elizabeth M. Parry and James M. Parry},
  journal={Mutagenesis},
  year={2010},
  volume={25 4},
  pages={327-33}
}
Sudan-1 and para red are industrial dyes that have been illegally added to some foodstuffs, leading to withdrawal of the adulterated products throughout the UK since 2003. This resulted in international concern that arose because Sudan-1 is classified by International Agency for Research on Cancer as a Category 3 carcinogen. However, little is known about the dose response of this chemical at low, more biologically relevant, doses. The study therefore aimed to characterize the dose response for… CONTINUE READING

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