Tissue Respiration and Glycolysis in the Development of Acute Radiation Sickness.
JOINT PUBLICATIONS RESEARCH SERVICE ARLINGTON VA
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The condition of tissue respiration and glycolysis in the development of acute radiation sickness has been insufficiently studied, and the factual data and opinions of various investigators are frequently contradictory. One cannot find in the available literature any data on simultaneous investigations of those biochemical processes in many tissues in relation to the development of radiation sickness. I. I. Ivanov and authors 1 Piri 2 and others underline the deficiency in our knowledge of those problems. The purpose of the present work consists in the systematic study of the intensity of tissue respiration and glycolysis in the course of the development of acute radiation sickness of a severe degree.
- Organic Chemistry