Mutagens in Cooked Food: Chemical Aspects
This paper is a review of published and unpublished work which was presented at the Pacific Conference on Chemistry and Spectroscopy in San Francisco, CA on October 27, 1982. Part of this work was also presented at the National Meeting of the American Chemical Society, September 12–17, 1982 in Kansas City, Missouri.
KeywordsMutagenic Activity Ground Beef Chemical Aspect Diethyl Ether Extract Unidentified Substance
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