alternatives to ethidium bromide
mlamphier at yawho.com
Thu Jul 6 07:55:06 EST 2000
R. John Lye <rjl6n at virginia.edu> wrote in message
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> Marc wrote:
> > If a chemical is a known mutagen
> > I don't think the person would have to get
> > cancer. They would just have to show that they were exposed to a
> > carcinogen
> I'm jumping into this very late, but I feel the need to point out that
> mutagen and carcinogen are two different things. Just because
> some compound is a mutagen does not automatically make it
> a carcinogen (and vice versa, actually).
> Let's at least keep our terminology straight,
sure, but a "known mutagen" is a "potential carcinogen", correct?
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