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Journal of Clinical & Experimental Oncology.ISSN: 2324-9110

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Editorial, J Clin Exp Oncol Vol: 10 Issue: 3

The UV light really changes the design of amino acids

  

Abstract

A cancer-causing agent is any substance, radionuclide, or radiation that advances carcinogenesis, the development of malignancy. This might be because of the capacity to harm the genome or to the interruption of cell metabolic cycles. Cancer causing agent, any of various specialists that can cause malignant growth in people. They can be separated into three significant classes: compound cancer-causing agents (counting those from natural sources), actual cancer-causing agents, and oncogenic (malignant growth causing) infections. A few radioactive substances are viewed as cancer-causing agents, yet their cancer-causing movement is credited to the radiation, for instance gamma beams and alpha particles, which they discharge.

Keywords: Radionuclide, Epigenetic

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