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Activities Genetic Toxicology

Activities Genetic Toxicology

Activities & Reports Annual Meeting: CRISPR/Cas: The bright and dark side of human genome editing CRISPR/Cas: The bright and dark side of human genome editing During the last decade, the CRISPR/Cas9 precision genome editing technology has been rapidly adopted by...

Contact details of section Genetic Toxicology

Genetic Toxicology is alive! Genetic damage, mutations and genomic instability are an essential part of toxicology. Genotoxicity is inextricably linked to development of cancer and many genetic disorders. In addition, genotoxicity is one of the main reasons why new...

Organization of Genetic Toxicology

The objectives of the Genetic Toxicology section are: • Informing the members about genetic toxicology research in a broad sense, especially regarding news and relevant research developments. • promoting contacts between researchers in the area of genetic toxicology....

About Genetic Toxicology

Working area of Genetic Toxicology Section Genetic toxicology focusses on the effects of exposure to chemical and physical agents on DNA, the genetic material of humans and animals, as well as the mechanisms that may explain the occurrence of these effects....
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