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Can Tissue Anomalies that Occur in Marine Fish Implicate Specific Pollutant Chemicals.
Carcinogenic Activity Associated with Halogenated Acetones and Acroleins in the Mouse Skin Assay.
Causes of papillomas on fish exposed to chlorinated sewage effluent
Causes of Papillomas on Fish Living in Chlorinated Sewage Effluent.
Comparison of the Tumorigenic Response of SENCAR and C57BL/6 Mice to Benzo(a)pyrene and the Interexperimental Variability Over a Three-Year Period.
Dose-Response Relationship in Multistage Carcinogenesis: Promoters.
Initiation, Promotion, and Complete Carcinogenesis by N-Methyl-N'-Nitro-N-Nitrosoguanidine or Ethylnitrosourea in the SENCAR Mouse Skin Tumorigenesis Model.
Interspecies Sensitivity to Chemical Carcinogens: Relationships between Mouse Skin Tumors and Human Lung Cancer.
Mouse Skin Tumor-Initiating Activity of Benz(j)aceanthrylene in SENCAR Mice.
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