By Delbert M. Shankel (auth.), Delbert M. Shankel, Philip E. Hartman, Tsuneo Kada, Alexander Hollaender, Claire M. Wilson, Gregory Kuny (eds.)
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C. von Borstel Department of Genetics University of Alberta Edmonton, Alberta, Canada T6G 2E9 INTRODUCTION Antimutagenesis is the lowering of spontaneous mutation rates and induced mutation frequencies by exogenous conditions. The field has been divided into two parts by Kada (5): desmutagenesis and antimutagenesis per see Desmlltagenesis refers to inactivation of mutagens and carcinogens by whatever means, whether by antioxidants, by cytochrome P-450-associated activity, or by the active destruction or absorption of the toxic substances before they can enter the target cell.
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