DNA repair after UV and gamma irradiation. I. Rat spleen cells.

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An in vitro microculture was set up to standardize DNA enzymatic repair in rat spleen lymphocytes after exposure to ultraviolet or gamma rays by measuring the tritiated thymidine uptake. A relation between irradiation dose and DNA repair is always observable when cell viability and scheduled DNA synthesis are taken into account. This micromethod utilizing… (More)

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@article{Rocchi1976DNARA, title={DNA repair after UV and gamma irradiation. I. Rat spleen cells.}, author={Piergiovanni Rocchi and Paolo Perocco and S. Grilli and Giancarlo Arfellini and Claudio Franceschi and Andr{\'e}s Jos{\'e} Mar{\'i}a Ferreri and G. A. Prodi}, journal={Archivio di scienze biologiche}, year={1976}, volume={60 1-4}, pages={67-77} }