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15 Gy. 05 Gy. 2 presents data for other less sensitive tissues exposed to fractionated x or y radiation. 3 STOCHASTIC EFFECTS / 37 least 20 Gy in adults, perhaps 10 Gy in children. Again, the doses given for effects in 25 to 50 percent of individuals are substantially higher. 5). 3. 1 Gy may be detected in some circumstances but usually only under very precise conditions and often involving extensive assay work. 1 Gy, will not result in clinically observable effects. 05 Gy, will not result in minimal detectable effects of any kind and provides a margin of safety with respect to clinically observable effects.

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