Biological Effects of Heavy Metals, Volume 2
This fascinating volume reviews general mechanisms of metal carcinogenesis. It illustrates this effect by detailed reference to some specific metals, including Cd, Co and Ni. The material illustrates the common threads running through the field of metal carcinogenesis. Leading investigators in the field present their understanding of metal carcinogenicity. Toxicologists, molecular biologists, and nutritionists will find this book interesting and informative.
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