Recovery of lethally irradiated dogs following infusion of autologous marrow stored at low temperature in dimethylsulphoxide.

@article{Cavins1962RecoveryOL,
  title={Recovery of lethally irradiated dogs following infusion of autologous marrow stored at low temperature in dimethylsulphoxide.},
  author={J A Cavins and Shinpei Kasakura and E. Donnall Thomas and Joseph W. Ferrebee},
  journal={Blood},
  year={1962},
  volume={20},
  pages={730-4}
}
By JOHN A. CAVINS, SHINPEI KASAKURA, E. DONNALL THOMAS AND JOSEPH W. FERREBEE D OGS lethally exposed to general radiation usually make uneventful recoveries if given prompt infusions of a few billion autologous marrow cells.1’2 Cells for these infusions can be preserved indefinitely at bow temperature in glycerol. ’4 Recent studies suggest that dimethyl… CONTINUE READING