Miroslawa Sitarz

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Patterns of tumor susceptibility in different organs are widely divergent in mouse strains: one strain may be highly susceptible to tumors in one organ but resistant in another organ, whereas another strain may exhibit the opposite pattern (P. Demant, Semin. Cancer Biol., 3: 159–166, 1992). Therefore, susceptibility to tumors in different organs is assumed(More)
The genetic control of susceptibility to radiation-induced tumors in mice has been tested using the series of 20 CcS/Dem (CcS) Recombinant Congenic Strains, each carrying a different random set of 12.5% of genes of the resistant strain STS/A (STS) on the genetic background of the susceptible strain BALB/cHeA (BALB/c). Two classes of tumors were frequently(More)
Patterns of tumor susceptibility in different organs are widely divergent in mouse strains: one strain may be highly susceptible to tumors in one organ but resistant in another organ, whereas another strain may exhibit the opposite pattern (P. Demant, Semin. Cancer Biol., 3: 159-166, 1992). Therefore, susceptibility to tumors in different organs is assumed(More)
Analysis of the loss of heterozygosity at the D5Mit143 locus was done for thymic lymphlomas induced by gamma-irradiation of mice from two reciprocal backcrosses (BALB/c x CcS-13)F1 x BALB/c and (BALB/c x CcS-13)F1 x CcS-13. BALB/c mice are susceptible to gamma-ray induction of lymphomas. The CcS-13 strain is one of 20 CcS/Dcm (CcS) series of recombinant(More)
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