In closing this stimulating and most interesting conference I first wish to express the thanks of all of the participants to the organizers, especially Dr. Snyder and Dr. Nelson, for their foresight and skill in planning and developing this Third International Symposium on Biological Reactive Intermediates. The Symposium has fulfilled the most important goal of such a conference -- i.e., to bring together in a strongly interactive manner persons carrying out research at the forefront of a field. Based on the quality of the talks and the discussions, both formal and informal, I am confident that this meeting, like its predecessors in 1975 and 1980, will have a major role in stimulating further important advances in our knowledge of biological reactive intermediates and the use of this knowledge for solving problems relevant to human health.
KeywordsEpidermal Growth Factor Receptor Transforming Virus Xenobiotic Chemical Mutagenic Lesion Acetic Acid Ester
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