Sensitivity to ionising radiation of lymphocytes from Huntington's chorea patients compared to controls.

Abstract

Blood samples were collected from 22 patients with Huntington's chorea and from 22 matched controls. Lymphocytes were separated from aliquots of each sample and cultures set up both from these and from further aliquots of whole blood. After 24 hours, half of each culture was subjected to X irradiation. Seventy-two hours later the percentages of live… (More)

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@article{McGovern1982SensitivityTI, title={Sensitivity to ionising radiation of lymphocytes from Huntington's chorea patients compared to controls.}, author={David McGovern and Tessa Webb}, journal={Journal of medical genetics}, year={1982}, volume={19 3}, pages={168-74} }