One-hit Model

Meaning, Term, and Glossary Definition - What is One-hit Model?

A mathematical model based on the biological theory that a single "hit" of some minimum critical amount of a carcinogen at a cellular target such as DNA can start an irreversible series events leading to a tumor.

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