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Figure 1: Survival of control and gamma-radiated B10.A (4R) mice on and off dietary supplemented 2-Me compared to those that had their 2-Me treatment reversed at 288 days Panel A. Mice in this panel were never exposed to 2-Me at any time of their life. At 287 days of age, one group was irradiated (o-o); the other group was not (o -o). (+) designates animals with mammary tumor. Panel B. Mice in this panel were on water devoid of 2-Me for 288 days, at which time they were all switched to 2-Me; one group was also irradiated at 287 days of age (o-o). Panel C. Mice in this panel were started on 2-Me at 90 days of age, and then continued for the remained of their lives. At 287 days of age, one group was irradiated (o-o); the other group was not (o -o). Panel D. Mice in this panel were on 2-Me for 288 days, at which time they were all switched to water devoid of 2-Me; one group was irradiated at 287 days of age. (o-o); the other was not (o -o)

Figure 1: Survival of control and gamma-radiated B10.A (4R) mice on and off dietary supplemented 2-Me compared to those that had their 2-Me treatment reversed at 288 days Panel A. Mice in this panel were never exposed to 2-Me at any time of their life. At 287 days of age, one group was irradiated (o-o); the other group was not (o -o). (+) designates animals with mammary tumor. Panel B. Mice in this panel were on water devoid of 2-Me for 288 days, at which time they were all switched to 2-Me; one group was also irradiated at 287 days of age (o-o). Panel C. Mice in this panel were started on 2-Me at 90 days of age, and then continued for the remained of their lives. At 287 days of age, one group was irradiated (o-o); the other group was not (o -o). Panel D. Mice in this panel were on 2-Me for 288 days, at which time they were all switched to water devoid of 2-Me; one group was irradiated at 287 days of age. (o-o); the other was not (o -o)