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Induction of micronuclei in bone marrow and sperm head abnormalities after combined exposure of mice to low doses of X-rays and acrylamide.
The results confirmed the sensitivity to damage of spermatozoa and late spermatids, which can be demonstrated by sperm head abnormalities and reduced fertility, by using a bone-marrow micronucleus test and a sperm morphology test. Expand
Mortality of top athletes, actors and clergy in Poland: 1924–2000 follow-up study of the long term effect of physical activity
It is proved that high level physical activity in youth positively influenced men’s mortality, what was observed for the former athletes even after 40 years since the end of their professional carrier. Expand
[Mortality of male members of the Polish olympic teams in 1981-1998].
Polish participants in Olympic Games were proved to exhibit significantly lower mortality than general Polish male population throughout their life. Expand
Induction of dominant lethal mutations by combined X-ray-acrylamide treatment in male mice.
The induction of mutations following combined treatment with acrylamide (AA) plus X-rays has been determined using the dominant lethal mutations test in Pzh:SFISS male mice. Combinations of aExpand
[Survival of mice irradiated with X-rays at different ages].
Mouse dominant lethal and sperm abnormality studies with combined exposure to X-rays and mitomycin C.
The induction of dominant lethal effects and sperm abnormalities in Pzh:Swiss male mice after treatments with X-rays and mitomycin C (MMC) was investigated and MMC increased the frequency of abnormal spermatozoa after exposure alone and in combination withX-rays. Expand
Induction of micronuclei in mouse bone marrow after combined X‐rays‐cyclophosphamide and X‐rays‐mitomycin C treatments
The induction of micronuclei in polychromatic erythrocytes of bone marrow of Pzh:SWISS mice after combined treatment with X-rays and cyclophosphamide (CP) or X-ray and mitomycin C (MMC) were investigated and mutagenic effects were found. Expand
Evaluation of spermatogenic response of mice to the induction of mutations by combined treatment with X rays and antineoplastic drugs
Enhanced risk could be shown not only after high but also after low combined exposure to X-ray plus cyclophosphamide and X-rays plus mitomycin C, and with low doses this enhanced risk was observed in spermatids for X- Ray exposure and in differentiating s permatogonia to early sperMatocytes for X/ray exposure. Expand