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THE RÔLE OF CARBON DIOXIDE
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A Factor of Importance in the Radio Sensitivity of Tumours
Cells forming the margins of carcinomatous cell masses are more sensitive to gamma radiation than the central cells. A reasonable explanation for this is that the marginal cells have a more abundantExpand
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ON THE GENERAL EFFECTS OF EXPOSURE TO RADIUM ON METABOLISM AND TUMOUR GROWTH IN THE RAT AND THE SPECIAL EFFECTS ON TESTIS AND PITUITARY
When small doses of radiation from radium are applied over long periods to young male rats certain general changes are produced. These animals put on weight more rapidly than the controls and becomeExpand
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Production of Epithelial Tumours by a Combination of Beta Radiation and Painting with Benzpyrene
In a previous paper (1) it has been shown that if mice be painted with 0.5 per cent solution of 3:4-benzpyrene1 in benzol twice a week for ten weeks, and on the sixtieth day a dose of from 176 toExpand
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On the Alteration in the Sensitivity of Cells Towards Radiation Produced by Cold and by Anærobiosis
The conclusion of Crabtree and Cramer that cold renders cells more, and anaerobiosis less, sensitive to radiation is confirmed; and is shown to apply to the plant as well as to the animal cell.
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