A Reference Population: For the Evaluation of Natural Occurring Interindividual Variation in the Response to Genotoxic Agents
A reference population is theoretically a “normal population” with which any other population suspected to be exposed to genotoxic or other unwarranted environmental factors can be compared for the evaluation of health hazards.
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