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Protective action of irradiated bone marrow cells


Wurdein vitro röntgenbestrahltes Knochenmark (475r, 950 r, 1425 r) in letal bestrahlte Mäuse (LD 100/11=950 r) injiziert, so ergab sich: Isologes Knochenmark, mit 950 r bestrahlt, besitzt noch beachtliche Schutzwirkung; bestrahltes homologes und heterologes Knochenmark war weniger oder ganz inaktiv.

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Meier, H., Brown, B.L. Protective action of irradiated bone marrow cells. Experientia 16, 145–146 (1960).

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  • Bone Marrow
  • Bone Marrow Cell
  • Marrow Cell
  • Protective Action
  • Irradiate Bone