Radiation-enhanced differentiation of erythroid progenitor cells and its relation to reproductive cell death.

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Terminally differentiated cells usually do not divide and are, thus, reproductively dead. To elucidate the significance of radiation-enhanced differentiation to reproductive cell death, murine erythroid progenitor cells were gamma-irradiated in plasma clot cultures and the development of haemoglobinized clones was studied thereafter. If irradiation occurred… (More)

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@article{Schwenke1996RadiationenhancedDO, title={Radiation-enhanced differentiation of erythroid progenitor cells and its relation to reproductive cell death.}, author={Kay Schwenke and Holger Peterson and Karl-Hartmut von Wangenheim and Ludwig Emil Feinendegen}, journal={International journal of radiation biology}, year={1996}, volume={69 3}, pages={309-17} }