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The effects of radiation on cells in vivo: a rat mammary gland model


, : The effects of radiation on cells in vivo: a rat mammary gland model. Dissertation Abstracts International, B 38(11): 5221

In vivo radiation dose - cell survival curves were generated under 2 hormonal conditions which resulted in differing rates of cell proliferation in the mammary gland (see also preceding abstr.). Survival curves generated under hormonal states that resulted in slow and rapid mammary cell proliferation were superimposable.

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