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A Current Genotoxicity Database for Heterocyclic Thermic Food Mutagens. I. Genetically Relevant Endpoints

By Hatch, Frederick T.

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Title: A Current Genotoxicity Database for Heterocyclic Thermic Food Mutagens. I. Genetically Relevant Endpoints  
Author: Hatch, Frederick T.
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Language: English
Subject: Government publications, United Nations., United Nations. Office for Disarmament Affairs
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Publisher: United Nations- Office for Disarmament Affairs (Unoda)

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Excerpt: The research effort on the heterocyclic thermic mutagens arose in a few laboratories in Japan from studies on the origin of mutagens in cigarette smoke condensate (4). The studies then turned to amino acids, proteins, and finally to protein-rich foods. In rapid succession twelve mutagens of this type were characterized chemically. Owing to the complexity of their proper chemical nomenclature, common names and abbreviations were assigned that have now permeated the literature and meeting discussions. Very recently several new compounds have been added to the list: some of them are methylated congeners of those already identified (in some cases with still unproven position assignments for the methyl group); others begin a new series of pyridine derivatives. It is now sadly apparent that some of the common names have undesirable features, e.g., trimethylated compounds being called dimethyl- when the parent already possessed an uluamed methyl group.

 

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