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A clue about ethidium toxicity

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Old 06-18-2007, 07:20 PM
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I got the answer for aflatoxine :

"In addition, as mentioned above, the 1 μg/day recommendation would not
apply to compounds with structural similarity to compounds in a subset of
highly potent carcinogens."

So the question is : "is etbr a highly potent carcinogen"
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