Chemical Mutagens: Principles and Methods for Their by Paul E. Perry (auth.), Frederick J. de Serres, Alexander

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6 11-14 12-42 34, 60 16-33 Range SCE/ceil TABLE 1. 2 3xlO-' 10 -, 10 -7 LEC' (Continued) 124 90 102 90 102 90 109 102 125 90 102 4 35 74 90 90 125 125 126 125 111 111 111 102 111 111 111 111 Ref. No. : ~ 3 0 ::r ... "h... - :: 10 """ ~ ~ s: :::: "3 ;:;. e!.. 2 Cells/ activation b TABLE 1. 3 LEC' 4 124 125 125 127 127 90 90 III III 102 102 89 23 III 127 127 127 127 127 127 127 Ref. No. " .. 6 x lO-6 (Continued) 125 128 129 125 130 130 98 131 4 111 101 101 108 111 111 132 132 126 125 125 4 125 100 23 125 100 23 70 70 65 125 124 I ....

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