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Mitochondrial Dysfunction and Genomic Instability: Chicken or Egg?

Posted By Administration, Thursday, December 24, 2009
Updated: Monday, April 22, 2013

Welcome to the December issue of the Radiation Research Podcast. In this issue, Vered’s News Minute introduces our new jingles, written and performed b ySolarpunch.

Our interview of the month is to Disha Dayal (pictured on the left) and Douglas Spitz (pictured on the right), to discuss about their recent work appeared in the December issue of the Journal, of which they are first and last authors, respectively. The paper is entitled Mitochondrial Complex II Dysfunction Can Contribute Significantly to Genomic Instability after Exposure to Ionizing Radiation.

Any comments to the content of the interview are encouraged.

Happy festive season to all our listeners!

Tags:  genomic instability  oxidative stress 

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The June 2008 Radiation Research Podcast

Posted By Administration, Monday, June 30, 2008
Updated: Tuesday, April 23, 2013

The June 2008 Radiation Research Podcast is here, presented by Vered.

In this month issue of the News Minute, Vered highlights progress in Positron Emission Tomography Technology (PET), talking about a Japanese breakthrough in PET scanning based on semi-conductor detector technology.

This month’s interview is hosted by Massimo, who spoke to Dave Springer and John Miller, from Pacific North West Laboratories and Washington State Tri-Cities, respectively. The work that they published with several co-authors is entitled Profiling Mitochondrial Proteins in Radiation-Induced Genome-Unstable Cell Lines with Persistent Oxidative Stress by Mass Spectrometry.

This paper is open to your comments.

Tags:  genomic instability  oxidative stress 

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The February 2008 Radiation Research Podcast

Posted By Administration, Thursday, February 28, 2008
Updated: Tuesday, April 23, 2013

The February 2008 Radiation Research podcast is presented by Massimo.

In her News Minute, Vered talks about NOTE, a new European Program dedicated to expand the current understanding of health effects caused by low-level doses of ionizing radiation. NOTE stands for Non-Targeted effects of ionizing radiation and the program funds studies focusing Bystander effects, adaptive response and genomic instability.

For the interview of the month, Tracy talks to Dr. Palitti, last author of the paper Apoptosis Preferentially Eliminates Irradiated G0 Human Lymphocytes Bearing Dicentric Chromosomes.

Sara Rockwell highlights what’s in this month of _Radiation Research_.

Your comments to this podcast are most welcome.

Tags:  adaptive responses  Apoptosis  chromosomal aberration  genomic instability  non-targeted effects 

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The June 2007 Radiation Research Podcast

Posted By Administration, Saturday, June 30, 2007
Updated: Tuesday, April 23, 2013

The June 2007 Radiation Research podcast is presented to you by Tracy.

This month, Tracy interviews Masami Watanabe from Nagasaki University, last author of the paper Transmission of Genomic Instability from a Single Irradiated Human Chromosome to the Progeny of Unirradiated Cells. The work focuses on the effect of transferring an irradiated human chromosome to host mouse cells.

Sara Rockwell highlights what’s in this month of Radiation Research. In particular, Sara highlights the Memorial note of Ed Gillette.

Your views are welcome here.

Tags:  genomic instability 

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