The radiation of the individual components of a hemolytic system does not increase the rate of hemolysis of that system.
Radiation of the whole hemolytic system increases the rate of hemolysis of that system.
X-rays influence the velocity at which the equilibrium of a reaction is reached. Further studies are in progress to determine the effect of x-rays on the velocity of chemical reactions.
Presented at the October Meeting of the Western Branch of the Society of Experimental Medicine and Biology at Geneva, N. Y.