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Effects of roentgen irradiation on the tumor bed I The inhibiting action of local pretransplantation roentgen irradiation on the growth of mouse mammary carcinoma



Effects of roentgen irradiation on the tumor bed I The inhibiting action of local pretransplantation roentgen irradiation on the growth of mouse mammary carcinoma



Radiation Res: 180-191



Pretransplantation irradiation with a dose of 1500 r/air of X-rays with a half-value layer of 4.2 mm aluminum delivered locally to one leg 48 hours before the subcutaneous inoculation of a tumor cell suspension inhibits the development and the growth-rate of mouse mammary carcinoma. This finding has been established statistically in several experiments (p <.001). Quantitative differences in response have been shown between different tumor lines of the same type of mammary carcinoma.

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