The common carp (Cyprinus carpio) offers an apparently good system for
monitoring halogenated polyaromatics both by cytochrome P450IA proteins
and EROD activity (van der Weiden, Tibosch et al. 1993). A third example
was provided by measurements of TCDD and TCDF, in addition to cytochrome
P450IA1 in the common carp (Cyprinus carpio) and the cutthroat trout
Isn't that interesting? In my search to find out exactly what a
halogenated polyaromatic (poly- aromatic Terry), I found the common carp
has a detection system! It's a bad day when you don't learn something,
but why would I want to use dioxin and if I did I'd have a pond nearby
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