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Thermo-radiosensitivity of the granulocyte and macrophage precursor cells of mice. I.-Development of the in vivo culture and effects induced by the hyperthermia; Termo-radiosensibilidad del precursor hematopoyetico que origina las series granulocitica y macrofaga de raton. I.- Desarrollo del cultivo in vivo y efectos producidos por la hipertermia

Abstract

The present report shows the agar diffusion chamber technique for culturing granulocyte- macrophage precursor cells, obtained from mice bone marrow. Diffusion chambers containing the bone marrow suspension are implanted intraperitoneally Into mice and constitute a compartment which avoids the migration of cells, but allows the transit of the mouse biological fluxes, necessary for the cellular proliferation. By means of this technique, we studied the lethal effects of the hyperthermia on the precursors and their capacity to repair sublethal damage. (Author) 129 refs.
Publication Date:
Jul 01, 1983
Product Type:
Technical Report
Report Number:
JEN-526
Subject:
63 RADIATION, THERMAL, AND OTHER ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTANT EFFECTS ON LIVING ORGANISMS AND BIOLOGICAL MATERIALS; RADIOSENSITIVITY; MICE; PRECURSOR; IN VIVO; CELL FLOW SYSTEMS; MACROPHAGES; BONE MARROW
OSTI ID:
20988464
Research Organizations:
Junta de Energia Nuclear (JEN), Madrid (Spain)
Country of Origin:
Spain
Language:
Spanish
Other Identifying Numbers:
TRN: ES08B0074
Availability:
Commercial reproduction prohibited; OSTI as DE20988464
Submitting Site:
SPN
Size:
151 pages
Announcement Date:
Apr 04, 2008

Citation Formats

Bueren, J A, and Nieto, M. Thermo-radiosensitivity of the granulocyte and macrophage precursor cells of mice. I.-Development of the in vivo culture and effects induced by the hyperthermia; Termo-radiosensibilidad del precursor hematopoyetico que origina las series granulocitica y macrofaga de raton. I.- Desarrollo del cultivo in vivo y efectos producidos por la hipertermia. Spain: N. p., 1983. Web.
Bueren, J A, & Nieto, M. Thermo-radiosensitivity of the granulocyte and macrophage precursor cells of mice. I.-Development of the in vivo culture and effects induced by the hyperthermia; Termo-radiosensibilidad del precursor hematopoyetico que origina las series granulocitica y macrofaga de raton. I.- Desarrollo del cultivo in vivo y efectos producidos por la hipertermia. Spain.
Bueren, J A, and Nieto, M. 1983. "Thermo-radiosensitivity of the granulocyte and macrophage precursor cells of mice. I.-Development of the in vivo culture and effects induced by the hyperthermia; Termo-radiosensibilidad del precursor hematopoyetico que origina las series granulocitica y macrofaga de raton. I.- Desarrollo del cultivo in vivo y efectos producidos por la hipertermia." Spain.
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title = {Thermo-radiosensitivity of the granulocyte and macrophage precursor cells of mice. I.-Development of the in vivo culture and effects induced by the hyperthermia; Termo-radiosensibilidad del precursor hematopoyetico que origina las series granulocitica y macrofaga de raton. I.- Desarrollo del cultivo in vivo y efectos producidos por la hipertermia}
author = {Bueren, J A, and Nieto, M}
abstractNote = {The present report shows the agar diffusion chamber technique for culturing granulocyte- macrophage precursor cells, obtained from mice bone marrow. Diffusion chambers containing the bone marrow suspension are implanted intraperitoneally Into mice and constitute a compartment which avoids the migration of cells, but allows the transit of the mouse biological fluxes, necessary for the cellular proliferation. By means of this technique, we studied the lethal effects of the hyperthermia on the precursors and their capacity to repair sublethal damage. (Author) 129 refs.}
place = {Spain}
year = {1983}
month = {Jul}
}