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The results of the biochemical changes induced by 89Sr and 131I in a rat liver after their separate and combined administration within a wide range of doses are presented. Administered in a combination the radionuclides produced the additive effect when estimated by some indices, and more than additive, according to other tests.
In experiments with rats the authors have assessed the development of remote effects of radiation (90Sr) combined with chronic exposure to chlorophos and lindane within a wide range of doses. It has been shown that chronically administered chlorophos and lindane have no carcinogenic and cocarcinogenic effects.
A study was made of the chronic effect of pesticides, within a wide range of doses, combined with whole-body gamma-irradiation, on the content of carbohydrate-containing proteins of rat liver. The extent to which disturbances in the carbohydrate-containing protein metabolism were manifest was shown to depend upon dose and time of action of the damaging… (More)
In this report the results are submitted concerning the frequency of disorders in the nucleic acid metabolism in the bone marrow, peripheral blood, thymus and spleen of rats during a year after single injection of 90Sr. Irrespective of the time lapsed after the injection of the radionuclide 10-30% of animals did not exhibit any substantial changes in the… (More)