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Cancer-causing agents (carcinogens) usually act on dividing cells. Which of the four tissues would carcinogens most influence? Least influence?

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Carcinogens can impact the genes and cause them to mutate in a negative way when they are introduced into the body. Before mitosis, the DNA generates a duplicate of itself, resulting in mutations. As a result, the DNA of the newly duplicated cell has a mutation. It's the birth of a cancer cell.

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