Neoplastic response of mouse tissues during perinatal age periods and its significance in chemical carcinogenesis.

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A series of studies pertaining to perinatal carcinogenesis have been reviewed. Their main objective was development and definition of a sensitivity biologic model for carcinogenicity screening. Data were summarized on factors modifying the carcinogenic response of various tissues following transplacental, neonatal-infant, or adult exposure of (B57BL/6J X… (More)

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@article{Vesselinovitch1979NeoplasticRO, title={Neoplastic response of mouse tissues during perinatal age periods and its significance in chemical carcinogenesis.}, author={Stan D. Vesselinovitch and K. V. S. Eswara Rao and N. Mihailovich}, journal={National Cancer Institute monograph}, year={1979}, volume={51}, pages={239-50} }