Genotoxic

This is the adjective applied to any substance that is able to cause harmful changes to DNA. Such changes may lead to a transformed cell which can form a malignant tumour.

Genotoxic

Able to cause harmful heritable changes in DNA.

genotoxic

(jeĀ“no-tok″sik) damaging to DNA; said of agents such as radiation or chemical substances that do this and thereby cause mutations, sometimes resulting in cancer.
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Genotoxic

A chemical that damages chromosomal structures.
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genotoxic

Capable of causing a change to the structure of the genome.
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Genotoxic

Damaging to DNA; pertaining to agents known to damage DNA.
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genotoxic

Describes a poisonous substance which harms an organism by damaging its DNA. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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genotoxic

Type: Term Pronunciation: jē′nō-toks′ik Definitions: 1. Denoting a substance that by damaging DNA may cause mutation or cancer.
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