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Radiation Research: August 2015 Table of Contents

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Global Metabolomic Identification of Long-Term Dose-Dependent Urinary Biomarkers in Nonhuman Primates Exposed to Ionizing Radiation Evan L. Pannkuk, Evagelia C. Laiakis, Simon Authier, Karen Wong, and Albert J. Fornace (pages 121-133)

Development of a High-Throughput and Miniaturized Cytokinesis-Block Micronucleus Assay for Use as a Biological Dosimetry Population Triage Tool Stanley W. Lue, Mikhail Repin, Ryan Mahnke, and David J. Brenner (pages 134-142)

Acute Effects of Exposure to 56Fe and 16O Particles on Learning and Memory Bernard M. Rabin, Shibu M. Poulose, Kirsty L. Carrihill-Knoll, Francisco Ramirez, Donna F. Bielinski, Nicholas Heroux, and Barbara Shukitt-Hale (pages 143-150)

Contribution of Dual Oxidase 2 (DUOX2) to Hyper-Radiosensitivity in Human Gastric Cancer Cells Duc M. Nguyen, Palak R. Parekh, Elizabeth T. Chang, Navesh K. Sharma, and France Carrier (pages 151-160)

New Evidence for Hydroxyalkyl Radicals and Light- and Thermally Induced Trapped Electron Reactions in Rhamnose Siv G. Aalbergsjø and Einar Sagstuen (pages 161-174)

X-Band Rapid-Scan Electron Paramagnetic Resonance of Radiation-Induced Defects in Tooth Enamel Zhelin Yu, Alexander Romanyukha, Sandra S. Eaton, and Gareth R. Eaton (pages 175-179)

The Use of X Rays in the Treatment of Bronchial Asthma: A Historical Assessment Edward J. Calabrese, Gaurav Dhawan, and Rachna Kapoor (pages 180-192)

A Single Low Dose of Proton Radiation Induces Long-Term Behavioral and Electrophysiological Changes in Mice John A. Bellone, Emil Rudobeck, Richard E. Hartman, Attila Szücs, and Roman Vlkolinský (pages 193-202)

Thyroid Dose Estimates for a Cohort of Belarusian Children Exposed to 131I from the Chernobyl Accident: Assessment of Uncertainties Vladimir Drozdovitch, Victor Minenko, Ivan Golovanov, Arkady Khrutchinsky, Tatiana Kukhta, Semion Kutsen, Nickolas Luckyanov, Evgenia Ostroumova, Sergey Trofimik, Paul Voillequé, Steven L. Simon, and André Bouville (pages 203-218)



A Mouse Ear Model for Bystander Studies Induced by Microbeam Irradiation M. Buonanno, G. Randers-Pehrson, L. B. Smilenov, N. J. Kleiman, E. Young, B. Ponnayia, and D. J. Brenner (pages 219-225)

Association of Hematological Nadirs and Survival in a Nonhuman Primate Model of Hematopoietic Syndrome of Acute Radiation Syndrome Zoya Gluzman-Poltorak, Vladimir Vainstein, and Lena A. Basile (pages 226-230)



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