2. Noun. The extent to which a substance is tumorigenic ¹
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Definition of Tumorigenicity
1. [n -TIES]
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Literary usage of Tumorigenicity
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1. Smokeless Tobacco Or Health: An International Perspective by DIANE Publishing Company (1993)
"... mice tumorigenicity assay is widely used to identify activated ONCOGENE oncogenes (Shih and Weinberg, 1982). Using this system, Friedman and colleagues ..."
2. The Ftc Cigarette Test Method for Determining Tar, Nicotine & Carbon edited by Donald R. Shopland (1997)
"On a gram-to-gram basis, this tar had significantly lower tumorigenicity on mouse skin and in the respiratory tract of hamsters (Wynder ..."
3. Mammalian Models for Research on Aging by Institute Of Laboratory Animal Resources, Bennett J. Cohen, National Research Council Staff (1981)
"SOME DEFINED CULTURE SYSTEMS DERIVED FROM NONHUMAN VERTEBRATES A recent comprehensive study of aging, cell transformation, and tumorigenicity in mouse and ..."
4. Control of Tobacco-related Cancers and Other Diseases: Proceedings of an by Prakash C. Gupta, James E. Hamner, P. R. Murti (1992)
"In mice and rats, the metabolic activation of NNK, its methylation of lung DNA, and its lung tumorigenicity are significantly inhibited by feeding of ..."
5. Computer Assisted New Drug Application (CANDA) Guidance Manual (1994)by DIANE Publishing Company by DIANE Publishing Company (1995)
"... on 3.5" hard or 5.25" floppy diskettes using The Division of Biometrics Formats and Specifications for Submission of Animal tumorigenicity Study Data. ..."