Mouse bone marrow colony forming units (CFU) which survive an X-ray exposure are more sensitive to the antimitotic effects of urethan than unirradiated CFU. This enhanced sensitivity to urethan of CFU surviving X-irradiation seems unlikely to result from the conversion of ethyl carbamate into N-hydroxy-urethan, which is an inhibitor of DNA synthesis similar to hydroxyurea.

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