Altogether 16 male rats, eight adultanimals in the age of 8-12 weeks, and eight aging animals in the age of 68-72 weeks were used. After the first blood drawing three rats died. Blood samples were collected first after a 15 days adaption period, second after first half of irradiation (after fourteen days), third after second half of irradiation, fourth after one week period without irradiation, and fifth after a second irradiation of fourteen days. The body weight was measured at the same time points. Exposure results were compared to normal physiological parameter values for this ratstrain.
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