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Heat-induced protection of mice against thermal death
The possibility that the exposure of organisms to whole-body hyperthermia may provide protection against subsequent thermal exposures is intriguing and may play an important role in the clinical scheduling of fractionated hyperthermia. We used C3H mice to investigate whether whole-body heating can be used as a conditioning treatment to induce protection of mice against thermal death from a subsequent heat treatment. Our data clearly show that a conditioning whole-body heat dose (41 degrees forpmid:6640528 fatcat:ixgwtfxninee5m6kkbtqncdrva