Studies of the action of leucogenenol on the peripheral leukocytes, the myeloid cells found in bone marrow, and the lymphoid cells found in the spleen of sublethally irradiated mice strongly suggest that leucogenenol stimulates the maturation and/or cellular division of cells of both the myeloid and lymphoid series. Accordingly, as indicated by the increase in the number of peripheral leukocytes, as well as the increase in the number of myeloid and lymphoid cells found in the bone marrow and spleen, mice treated with leucogenenol appear to recover more rapidly than untreated controls.
Studies of the Action of Leucogenenol on the Myeloid and Lymphoid Tissues of the Sublethally Irradiated Mouse
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F. A. H. Rice, Joan Lepick, J. H. Darden; Studies of the Action of Leucogenenol on the Myeloid and Lymphoid Tissues of the Sublethally Irradiated Mouse. Radiat Res 1 October 1968; 36 (1): 144–157. doi: https://doi.org/10.2307/3572546
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