A comparison of thermal responses of human and rodent cells.

Abstract

A comparison of heat responses of cells from human and rodent tumors indicates the following: (1) human cells appear to be appreciably more heat-resistant than are rodent cells in the range 41-45 degrees C; (2) while rodent cells show a marked increase in sensitivity as the temperature is increased from 42 and 43 degrees C, this change occurs at… (More)

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