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Influence of selection, non-uniform cell population and repair on dose-effect curves of genetic effects



Influence of selection, non-uniform cell population and repair on dose-effect curves of genetic effects



Mutation Research 12(2): 175-182



Dose-effect curves of chromosomal aberrations can be modified after irradiation by selection, presence of a non-uniform cell population and/or repair. In order to affect not only the scale but also the shape of dose curves, these factors must depend on radiation dose.

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DOI: 10.1016/0027-5107(71)90139-4


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