Mutagenize



/ˈmjuːtədʒəˌnaiz/
verb (transitive)
1.
to subject (cells, DNA, etc) to mutagens to induce mutations

mutagenize mu·ta·gen·ize (myōō’tə-jěn’īz)
v. mu·ta·gen·ized, mu·ta·gen·iz·ing, mu·ta·gen·iz·es
To cause mutation in a cell or an organism.

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