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Radiation Research: September Table of Contents

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An Integrated Multi-Omic Approad to Assess Radiation Injury on the Host-Microbiome Axis  Maryam Goudarzi, Tytus D. Mak, Jonathan P. Jacobs, Bo-Hyuan Moon, Steven J. Strawn, Jonathan Braun, David J. Brenner, Albert J. Fornance Jr., and Heng-Hong Li (pages 219-234)
 
Transcript Analysis for Internal Biodosimetry Using Peripheral Blood from Neuroplastoma Patients Treated with I-mIBG, a Targeted Radionuclide David A. Edmonsdson, Erin E. Karski, Ayano Kohlgruber, Harsha Koneru, Katherine K. Matthay, Shelly Allen, Christine L. Hartmann, Leif E. Peterson, Steven G. DuBois and Matthew A. Coleman (pages 235-244)
 
Radiobiological Effectiveness of Ultrashort Laser-Driven Electron Bunches: Micronucleus Frequency, Telomere Shortening and Cell Viability  Maria Grazia Andreassi, Andrea Borghini, Silvia Pulgnani, Federica Baffigi, Lorenzo Fulgentini, Petra Koester, Monica Cresci, Cecilia Vecoli, Debora Lamia, Giorgio Russo, Daniele Panetta, Mara Tripodi, Leonida A. Gizzi and Luca Labate (pages 245-253)
 
Simulating the Lunar Environment: Partial Weightbearing and High-LET Radiation-Induce Bone Loss and Increase Sclerostin-Positive Osteocytes B. R. Macias, F. Lima, J. M. Swift, Y. Shirazi-Fard, E. S. Greene, M. R. Allen, J. Fluckey, H. A. Hogan, L. Braby, Soujin Wang and S. A. Bloomfield (pages 254-263)
 
Epidermal Growth Factor Attenuates Delayed Ionizing Radiation-Induced Tissue Damage in Bone Marrow Transplanted Mice Jaroslav Pejchal, Zuzana Sinkorova, Ales Tichy, Sarka Pruchova, Adela Kmochova, Kamila Durisova, Lucie Cechakova, Anna Lierova, Martin Ondrej, Marketa Nemcova, Klara Kubelkova, Ilona Fatorova, Jan Bures, Tacheci, Kamil Kuca and Jirina Vavrova (pages 264-274)

Metabolic Profile as a Potential Modifier of Long-Term Radiation Effects on Peripheral Lymphocyte Subsets in Atomic Bomb Survivors Kengo Yoshida, Eiji Nakashima, Seishi Kyoizumi, Masayuki Hakoda, Tomonori Hayashi, Ayumi Hida, Waka Ohishi and Yoichiro Kusunoki (pages 275-282)
 
Extrapolation Ionization Chamber Dosimetry of Fluorescent X-Ray Energies from 4.5 to 19.6 keV Jpseph T. Rakowski, Mark A. Tucker, Michael G. Snyder, Simon P. Makar, Mark Yudele, Jay Burmeister and Michael C. Joiner
 (pages 283-291)

MiR-29a Regulates Radiosensitivity in Human Intestinal Cells by Targeting PTEN Gene Juan Wang, Jinping Xu, Jiamei Fu, Dexiao Yuan, Fei Guo, Cuiping Zhou and Chunlin Shao (pages 292-301)

Differences in Radiation Dose Response between Small and Large Intestinal Crypts Kensuke Otsuka and Keiji Suzuki (pages 302-314)

 

Nonlinear Radiation-Induced Cataract Using the Radiosensitive PTCH1+/- Mouse Model Ilaria De Stefano, Paulo Giardullo, Barbara Tanno, Simona Leonardi, Emanuala Pasquali, Gabriele Babini, Anna Saran and Mariateresa Mancuso  (pages 315-321)

 

 

Comments on "Subject-Based versus Population-Based Care after Radiation Exposure" by Yu et al. (Radiation Research 184, 46-55, 2015Tyler Dant, Daniela Stricklin and Kyle Millage  (page 322)

Response to the "Letter to the Editor" by Dant, Stricklin, and Millage on our Article: "Subject-Based versus Population-Based Care after Radiation Exposure" Jiang-Zhou Yu, Matt Lindeblad, Alex Lyubimov, Flavia Neri, Brett Smith, Erzsebet Szilagyi, Lisa Halliday, Tom MacVittie, Joy Nanda and Amelia Bartholomew  (page 323)

 




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