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Strain dependent differences in a histological study of CD44 and collagen fibers with an expression analysis of inflammatory response-related genes in irradiated murine lung

, : Strain dependent differences in a histological study of CD44 and collagen fibers with an expression analysis of inflammatory response-related genes in irradiated murine lung. Journal of Radiation Research 45(3): 423-433

Using a mouse model, we investigated the mechanisms of heterogeneity in response to ionizing radiation in this research. C57BL/6J and C3H/HeMs mice were irradiated with gamma rays at 10 and 20 Gy. The animals were sacrificed at times corresponding to the latent period, the pneumonic phase, and the start of the fibrotic phase for histological investigation.


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