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1-Aminobenzo(a)pyrene, 1-ABaP


A polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon belongs to the family of mutagen benzo(a)pyrene. 1-aminobenzo(a)pyrene consists of five fused rings with an amino-group attached to the first carbon atom of the aromatic hydrocarbon ring with potential carcinogenicity., Hazardous or Poisonous Substance, Organic Chemical

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