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- n. Symbol for the kilogray, an SI unit of absorbed dose equal to 103 grays.
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The average body weight of the mice fed on the diet irradiated to dose range of 400-1,000 kGy decreased, and the mice fed on the 800-1,000 kGy-irradiated diet died during the period from 8 to 14 days after the start of feeding.
Two groups were fed a ration where the main component meat feed mixture VETACAN and loose feed mixture VETAVIT was irradiated by radioisotope Co 60 at the dose of 25 kGy/kg for the period of 90 days.
Smartrac has expanded its S-Tag product portfolio with an RFID transponder that withstands gamma radiation of up to 45kilogray (kGy) for medical applications where aseptic conditions are compulsory.
SMARTRAC announced the launch of a RFID transponder capable of withstanding gamma radiation exposure of up to 45 kilogray (kGy).
The Manual on Radiation Sterilization of Medical and Biological Material of the International Atomic Energy Agency indicates that exposure to 0.65 kGy of γ-rays causes a total loss of influenza virus infectivity, but disrupting the haemagglutinating activity requires an exposure to higher than 200 kGy Nine - to ten-week-old female BALB / c mice were routinely used in these studies.
The use of radiation has been found to produce a reduction of viable mycoplasma > log 8 at a radiation dose of 25-35 kGy.
The AMI argues that studies have shown that the reduction of pathogens on the carcass surface using low-dose (I kiloGray kGy) low-penetration (20 milimetres) irradiation does not affect flavour, nutritional quality, appearance or shelf-life of the meat from the carcass.