Male albino mice in a condition of suspended animation were X-irradiated with a dosage of 2,000 r. These animals showed a remarkably greater resistance to the X-rays than did controls that were X-irradiated only. The animals that had been in suspended animation often lived twice as long as the controls. However, in many cases they died from shock shortly after being revived.
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Robbie, James P.
"Effects of Suspended Animation on the X-Irradiation Syndrome,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science: Vol. 67:
, Article 83.
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