Nuclear Science and Techniques

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Nuclear Science and Techniques ›› 1997, Vol. 8 ›› Issue (1): 56

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Sustained mutagenic effect in bone marrow cells induced by signal nuclide 134Cs retention in skeleton

Zhu Shou-Peng, Xia Fen and Yang Wei-Dong   

  1. Suzhou Medical College, Suzhou 215007
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Zhu Shou-Peng, Xia Fen and Yang Wei-Dong. Sustained mutagenic effect in bone marrow cells induced by signal nuclide 134Cs retention in skeleton.Nuclear Science and Techniques, 1997, 8(1): 56

Abstract: The skeleton transference and the retention dynamics of i.v. 134Cs are investigated. Results indicate that the retention percentage of 134Cs in skeleton could be characterized by R(t) = 0.0029exp(—0.121t) with T1/2= 5.734; the chromosome aberration percentage of somatic bone marrow cells increases obviously, the relationship between injected dose (X in kBq/g) and the chromosome aberration percentage can be expressed as Y = 0.0561X0.427. It should be noted that sustained clevation of chromosomal aberration rates induced by 134Cs can be upto the 47th d.

Key words: Mutagenic effect, Bone marrow cells, Retention, 134Cs, Skeleton, Mice