Adaptation to intermittent fasting as a factor modifying the radiation resistance of mice

Abstract

Mice adapted to intermittent food intake (24 h fasting:24 h feeding) for 2–3 weeks exhibit a higher resistance to whole-body gamma irradiation. This is manifested by increased survival of animals and a more effective recovery of blood leukocyte counts.

DOI: 10.1007/BF01953676

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@article{Kozubk1982AdaptationTI, title={Adaptation to intermittent fasting as a factor modifying the radiation resistance of mice}, author={Alois Kozub{\'i}k and Milan Posp{\'i}sil}, journal={Experientia}, year={1982}, volume={38}, pages={958-959} }