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Radiation Research January TOC now available

Thursday, January 21, 2016  
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The January 2016 issue of Radiation Research is now available online. If your institutional library has a BioOne subscription and you are using your institution portal, you may access the Abstracts, Full Text, and PDFs at http://www.bioone.org/toc/rare/185/1

 

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Select the journal link and access the Abstracts, Full Text, and PDFs in the Current Issue. You may also access articles In Press or in the Archives. 


Time as a Variable in Radiation Biology: The Oxygen Effect Peter Wardman (pages 1-3)
 
Localized External Beam Radiation Therapy (EBRT) to the Pelvis Induces Systemic IL-1Beta and TNF-Alpha Production: Role of the TNF-Alpha Signaling in EBRT-Induced Fatigue Tasha L. McDonald, Arthur Y. Hung, Charles R. Thomas, and Lisa J. Wood (pages 4-12)


Exposure to Mission-Relevant Doses of 1 GeV/n 48Ti Particles Impairs Attentional Set-Shifting Performance in Retired Breeder Rats Melissa M. Hadley, Leslie K. Davis, Jessica S. Jewell, Vania D. Miller, and Richard A. Britten (pages 13-19)


Effects of Proton and Combined Proton and 56Fe Radiation on the Hippocampus Jacob Raber, Antiño R. Allen, Sourabh Sharma, Barrett Allen, Susanna Rosi, Reid H. J. Olsen, Matthew J. Davis, Massarra Eiwaz, John R. Fike, and Gregory A. Nelson (pages 20-30)


Fluorine-18-Labeled Thymidine Positron Emission Tomography (FLT-PET) as an Index of Cell Proliferation after Pharmacological Ascorbate-Based Therapy John A. Cieslak, Zita A. Sibenaller, Susan A. Walsh, Laura L. Boles Ponto, Juan Du, John J. Sunderland, and Joseph J. Cullen (pages 31-38)


High-Dose Radiation-Induced Changes in Murine Small Intestinal Motility: Are the Changes in the Interstitial Cells of Cajal or in the Enteric Nervous System? Seung-Bum Ryoo, Joong-Sun Kim, Min-Seouk Kim, Kyubo Kim, Seung A Yu, Min-Ji Bae, Heung-Kwon Oh, Sang Hui Moon, Eun Kyung Choe, Insuk So, and Kyu Joo Park (pages 39-49)


Segmental Differences in Radiation-Induced Alterations of Tight Junction-Related Proteins in Non-Human Primate Jejunum, Ileum and Colon Sarita Garg, Junying Zheng, Junru Wang, Simon Authier, Mylene Pouliot, and Martin Hauer-Jensen (pages 50-59)


Eosinophil-Associated Gene Pathways but not Eosinophil Numbers are Differentially Regulated between Synchrotron Microbeam Radiation Treatment and Synchrotron Broad-Beam Treatment by 48 Hours Postirradiation M. J. Ibahim, Y. Yang, J. C. Crosbie, A. Stevenson, L. Cann, P. Paiva, and P. A. Rogers (pages 60-68)


Circulating Hematopoietic Stem and Progenitor Cells in Aging Atomic Bomb Survivors Seishi Kyoizumi, Yoshiko Kubo, Munechika Misumi, Junko Kajimura, Kengo Yoshida, Tomonori Hayashi, Kazue Imai, Waka Ohishi, Kei Nakachi, Lauren F. Young, Jae-Hung Shieh, Malcolm A. Moore, Marcel R. M. van den Brink, and Yoichiro Kusunoki (pages 69-76)


Novel Recombinant Protein FlaA N/C Protects against Radiation Injury via NF-κB Signaling Ying Xu, Dongming Wu, Yuanchun Fan, Peigeng Li, Hongfei Du, Jiao Shi, Dan Wang, and Xiaoping Zhou (pages 77-86)


Nanoparticle-Assisted Scanning Focusing X-Ray Therapy with Needle Beam X Rays R. Andrew Davidson and Ting Guo (pages 87-95)


Radiation Exposure Promotes Hepatocarcinoma Cell Invasion through Epithelial Mesenchymal Transition Mediated by H2S/CSE Pathway Yan Pan, Cuiping Zhou, Dexiao Yuan, Jianghong Zhang, and Chunlin Shao (pages 96-105)

 

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