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Summary Lumbar or cervical regions of the guinea-pig spinal cord were irradiated with a single dose of 250 kV X-rays. The latency for paralysis, whether of hind- or fore-limbs, and the histopathology of the radiation-induced cord lesions depended critically on the radiation dose. There were...
Summary Infections after irradiation can be due to a great variety of microorganisms many of which are normally non-pathogenic or conditionally pathogenic for the host. The strain of Y. enterocolitica used was not pathogenic to a variety of unirradiated rats nor to athymic or B lymphocyte...
Summary X-irradiation of single crystals of uridine-5′-phosphate (disodium salt) between 10 and 300 K as well as storage of irradiated crystals at 300 K produces at least seven different radical species. Between 10 and 77 K, the uracil base anion and a secondary alkoxy radical at the ribose-O...
Summary The radiobiological effect of lactate is described. Prolonged incubation of CHO-K1 cells over a wide range of lactate concentrations sensitized them to subsequent irradiation. Survival curves indicated that the size of the shoulder was reduced. Short treatment times resulted in a...
Summary Wild type and radiation-sensitive mutants rad 53 , 54 and 55 of the diploid yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae , in stationary and log phase were exposed to gamma radiation and hyperthermia (51°C) in order to compare their sensitivity to these agents. The wild type diploid strain exposed to...
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