Effect of pH on single or fractionated heat treatments at 42-45 degrees.

@article{Gerweck1983EffectOP,
  title={Effect of pH on single or fractionated heat treatments at 42-45 degrees.},
  author={Leo E. Gerweck and William K. Dahlberg and B{\'e}atrice Gr{\'e}co},
  journal={Cancer research},
  year={1983},
  volume={43 3},
  pages={1163-7}
}
The temperature dependency of the pH-sensitizing effect was determined in cells exposed to single or fractionated heat treatments over the temperature range of 42-45 degrees. Chinese hamster ovary cells were exposed to single graded heat treatments or to an initial heat treatment followed 10 hr later by second heat treatments. Sensitization was quantitated… CONTINUE READING