oncogenicity


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oncogenicity

The capacity to induce tumors
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24-Month Oncogenicity Study of Methylene Chloride in Mice: Final Report.
The pharmacokinetics and macromolecular interactions of perchloroethylene in mice and rats as related to oncogenicity.
BK and JC human polyomaviruses and simian virus 40: natural history of infection in humans, experimental oncogenicity, and association with human tumors.
Increased oncogenicity of subclones of SV40 large T-induced neuroectodermal tumor cell lines after loss of large T expression and concomitant mutation in p53.
Human papillomaviruses: basic mechanisms of pathogenesis and oncogenicity.
Determination of the Potential Tumorogenicity and Oncogenicity of Cell Substrates used in the Manufacture of tgAAC09," presented in a poster session by Laurie Tatalick of Targeted Genetics, demonstrated the safety profile of cell substrates used for manufacturing tgAAC09.
Methyl tertiary-Butyl Ether: Vapor Inhalation Oncogenicity Study in CD-1 Mice.
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Whether WUPyV or KIPyV have oncogenicity or other pathogenicity in immunocompromised hosts remain to be determined.
104 Week Combined Toxicity and Oncogenicity Study in Dietary Administration to CD Rats: Using NF-114: Rd-84113.
Resultsof a two-year chronic toxicity and oncogenicity study of 2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin in rats.