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Influence of limited feeding on metabolic changes in lipids after single lethal irradiation of rats

, : Influence of limited feeding on metabolic changes in lipids after single lethal irradiation of rats. Radiobiologiya 24(6): 794-797

A study was made of the influence of adaptation of rats to limited feeding (2 h a day during 3 wk) and the response of the adapted animals to total-body X-irradiation with a lethal dose of 14.35 Gy [gray]. The concentration of unesterified fatty acids in the blood and the total cholesterol content were shown to decrease between the 1st and 24th h following irradiation: the content of phospholipids decreased 60 min after irradiation. In the bone marrow of rats adapted to limited feeding, a more pronounced accumulation of triacylglycerols was noted as late as 72 h after irradiation.


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