The Presence and Significance of Bound Aminoazo Dyes in the Livers of Rats Fed p-Dimethylaminoazobenzene

@inproceedings{Miller1947ThePA,
  title={The Presence and Significance of Bound Aminoazo Dyes in the Livers of Rats Fed p-Dimethylaminoazobenzene},
  author={Elizabeth Carolyn Miller and James Adam Miller},
  year={1947}
}
The general nature of the carcinogenic process induced by chemicals and radiat ion can be conceived of as a release of the cell from normal intrinsic and extrinsic growth controls through (a) an act ivat ion of a latent virus or the formation of a virus, or (b) a heritable change resulting from reactions between the carcinogen and critical physiological entries. Such concepts may correspond to different aspects of the same process. However, regardless of the correct explanation, an objective… CONTINUE READING

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