Ia K Kozhanovskaia

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Mice exposed to gamma-quanta during 47 and 82 days at a dose-rate of 1.3 mGy/h and cumulative doses of 1.45 and 2.54 Gy, respectively, were subsequently subjected to a single acute irradiation with a dose of 20 Gy. Repair of DNA damages induced by the acute exposure was shown to proceed in the brain, pulmonary and splenic tissues of chronically exposed mice(More)
With the use of the micronuclear test method it has been shown that mice preirradiated with gamma rays at a low dose rate exhibit a decreased frequency of chromosome aberrations induced in bone marrow cells by subsequent acute exposure to gamma radiation as compared to mice not subjected to preliminary irradiation. Such animals have a higher radioresistance(More)
Activity of nuclear DNA-polymerase in the liver, lung and spleen tissues of mice subjected to long-term chronic gamma-irradiation (1.3 mGy/h) has been investigated. Chronic gamma-irradiation with a cumulative dose of 1.7 Gy during 55 days raises DNA polymerase activity in the irradiated tissue nuclei. Analysis of DNA-polymerase activity in the liver nuclei(More)
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