Radiation and gut

@inproceedings{Potten1995RadiationAG,
  title={Radiation and gut},
  author={Chris S Potten and James Hugh Hendry},
  year={1995}
}
Part 1 Structure, function and proliferative organization of mammalian gut, C.S. Potten: introduction BDFI ileum BDFI large bowel differentiation circadian rhythms cell hierarchies and stem cells. Part 2 Radiation sources, geometry, exposure schedules and effect quantitation for irradiation of the gut, J.H. Hendry: radiation sources exposure geometry exposure schedules effect quantitation. Part 3 Clonal regeneration studies, C.S. Potten and J.H. Hendry: clonogenic cells and the microcolony… CONTINUE READING

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