Definitions

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  • n. The condition of being mutagenic
  • n. A measure of the extent to which something is mutagenic

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. the degree or measure of the ability to cause mutation{3}; -- said of mutagens.

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Examples

  • The main divergence from the procedure used in the latter is the substitution of short-term mutagenicity studies for lifespan studies as indicators of potential carcinogenicity.

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  • The biomarkers that increased were micronuclei in blood lymphocytes, which have been associated with cancer risk in healthy subjects, and urine mutagenicity, which is a biomarker of exposure to genotoxic agents.

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  • The Ames test proved that mutagenicity was linked to carcinogenicity, but mutations in which genes, and by what mechanism?

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  • In a battery of 23 laboratory mutagenicity assays, imidacloprid tested negative for mutagenic effects in all but two of the assays.

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  • It is true that vaccines are not evaluated for the potential to cause carcinogenicity, genotoxicity, and mutagenicity, etc., and it seems that they do not have to be, as they get approval without this necessary testing being done.

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  • Dr. Marvin Legator, professor and director of environmental toxicology at the University of Texas and the pioneer of mutagenicity testing at the FDA from 1962 to 1972 was asked by Common Cause Magazine to review the FDA investigation results of G.

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  • I'm writing this without looking up the mutagenicity rates of HPV but since it causes cancer I'm assuming its high enough that my point is valid.

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  • Endpoints investigated have included subchronic and chronic changes in metabolism, histopathology, and function of most systems; reproductive effects; growth; teratogenicity; and mutagenicity.

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  • A mutagenicity study was carried out in mice fed on a gamma-irradiated diet.

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  • In contrast, a food additive used at levels higher than 1.0 ppm must be tested for carcinogenicity, chronic toxicity, reproductive toxicity, developmental toxicity, and mutagenicity.

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