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Observations on mice exposed to lethal doses of X-rays


, : Observations on mice exposed to lethal doses of X-rays. Med Radiol 3(3): 30-34

The weight of mice decreased rapidly after X-irradiation with 500 r, especially in mice dying within 6 days. Percentage of weight lost was independent of initial weight. However, mice with a lower initial weight died more quickly. Mortality was not reduced, nor was the loss of weight affected by a subcutaneous injection of an extract of human placenta before or after irradiation, or subcutaneous spleen implantation from a mouse or rabbit.

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