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Phenomenon of adaptive resistance to gamma-irradiation of colony-forming units (CFU-S): Manifestation in exogenous test



Phenomenon of adaptive resistance to gamma-irradiation of colony-forming units (CFU-S): Manifestation in exogenous test



Radiatsionnaia Biologiia, Radioecologiia 33(4): 525-528



Adaptive response of colony forming units in mice spleen (CFU-S) was investigated in exotest after preirradiation with doses of 0.3-5.0 sGy of 60Co. Adaptive radioresistance was manifested from 4 hours till 28 days after each challenge dose. Low dose rate preirradiation is less effective as adaptive response inducing action than high dose rate one.

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