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Similar work with skin painting has not been done with ETS and would be of value for assessing the differential toxicity of ETS and MS.

  1. In vitro assays are needed for estimation of the tumor promotion and cocarcinogenic effect of ETS. In vitro tests are quicker than in vivo tests, and enough material can not be collected to do in vivo tests.

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