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1.Radiats Biol Radioecol. 1994 Mar-Apr;34(2):210-2.
[Hemopoiesis stimulation by low-intensity laser radiation in acute radiation sickness exacerbated by thermal trauma]
In experiments with gamma-irradiated (dose of 7.0 Gy) and burned (III-B grade, 10% skin injury) hybrid mice the haemopoietic effect (1.5-2-fold increase) of low-intensity laser irradiation (LILI) has been detected. At the same time there was no effect of LILI on normal animals.
2.Radiobiologiia. 1992 Mar-Apr;32(2):241-3.
[The stimulation of postradiation thrombocytopoiesis by low-intensity laser radiation]
In experiments with gamma-irradiated (LD50/30) F1(CBA x C57Bl) hybrid mice, thrombocytopoietic effect of low-intensity laser radiation has been detected. The data obtained may be used in developing modes of haemopoiesis stimulation in a gamma-irradiated organism.
3.Radiats Biol Radioecol. 1997 Sep-Oct;37(5):735-9.
[Effects of previous small-dose irradiation on blood reaction and survival of mice after subsequent radiation and combined radiation-thermal injuries]
CBA x C57BL6 mice pre-exposed to 5 cGy gamma-irradiation then inflicted to LD70/30 acute radiation or combined injuries (radiation thermal burn). In such protocol of the experiments preliminary "adaptive" dose radiation did not modify low 30-day survival rate and did not render an influence to the mean survival time. Leucopenia level and bone marrow devastation in 3 days after sublethal irradiation (4 Gy) or combined injury was similar in mice pre-exposed to low dose radiation (5 cGy) and in their unexposed controls. "Adaptive" dose radiation decreased leukocytes' number within the phase of hemopoiesis recovery (in 14 day after sublethal irradiation or combined injury).
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