Cell Division, Development, and Radiation Injury
This paper deals with two interrelated ideas: (a) the relation of cell division to radiation injury and death, and (b) the consequent usefulness of certain irradiated systems for studying the role of cell division in development.
KeywordsCell Division Thymidine Kinase Radiation Injury Relative Biological Effectiveness Chromosome Breakage
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