Protective Effects and Its Relative Mechanisms of Low Dose Ionizing Radiation on pancreatic cells of Male Diabetic Rat’s

@article{Waer2012ProtectiveEA,
  title={Protective Effects and Its Relative Mechanisms of Low Dose Ionizing Radiation on pancreatic cells of Male Diabetic Rat’s},
  author={Hanaa Fathy Waer and Rabab M. Mahmoud and Seham A. Helmy},
  journal={The Egyptian Journal of Hospital Medicine},
  year={2012},
  volume={49},
  pages={521-538}
}
Back ground & Aim of the work: Diabetes mellitus (DM) is a chronic metabolic disorder brings great danger to human health. Low-dose-rate radiation modulates various biological responses including carcinogenesis, immunological responses and diabetes. This study  examined the effect of low doses of irradiation on the pathological and ultrastructural  progression of type I diabetes in rats inducted by Streptozotocin. Material and Methods: The present study was done on 80 healthy adult albino male… 
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