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A significant decrease in mean number of CD5+, CD8(+)-lymphocytes in persons, who worked in 30-km zone of Chernobyl nuclear power station was revealed. A significant increase in percent of CD5+,(More)
Malignant neoplasms (MN) have been found to develop most frequently in the liquidators of entry into the ChNPP zones in 1986 (43.75%), as well as among the liquidators who worked for long, one(More)
Clinical examination with immune status assessment of more than 300 healthy persons, who worked in 30-km Chernobyl NPP zone four years after the accident was carried out. The clinical characters of(More)
Immune deficiency epidemiological survey covered adult population of the town of Vyshkov in the Bryansk region of Russia referred to the zone of radionuclide contamination hazard after the Chernobyl(More)