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Understanding Cancer Development Processes after HZE-Particle Exposure: Roles of ROS, DNA Damage Repair and Inflammation D. M. Sridharan, A. Asaithamby, S. M. Bailey, S. V. Costes, P. W. Doetsch, W. S. Dynan, A. Kronenberg, K. N. Rithidech, J. Saha, A. M. Snijders, E. Werner, C. Wiese, F. A. Cucinotta, and J. M. Pluth (pages 1-26)

 

The Two-Dimensional Monte Carlo: A New Methodologic Paradigm for Dose Reconstruction for Epidemiological Studies Steven L. Simon, F. Owen Hoffman, and Eduard Hofer (pages 27-41)


The Relative Biological Effectiveness of Low-Dose Mammography Quality X Rays in the Human Breast MCF-10A Cell Line Caitlin E. Mills, Christopher Thome, David Koff, David W. Andrews, and Douglas R. Boreham (pages 42-51)


Single Thrombopoietin Dose Alleviates Hematopoietic Stem Cells Intrinsic Short- and Long-Term Ionizing Radiation Damage. In Vivo Identification of Anatomical Cell Expansion Sites
Diana Tronik-Le Roux, Marie-Anne Nicola, Pierre Vaigot, and Paquita Nurden (pages 52-63)


Radioprotective Effects of Mitochondria-Targeted Antioxidant SkQR1 Elena K. Fetisova, Margarita M. Antoschina, Varvara D. Cherepanynets, Denis S. Izumov, Igor I. Kireev, Roman I. Kireev, Konstantin G. Lyamzaev, Nikolay I. Riabchenko, Boris V. Chernyak, and Vladimir P. Skulachev (pages 64-71)


Interleukin-12 Preserves the Cutaneous Physical and Immunological Barrier after Radiation Exposure Scott A. Gerber, Ryan J. Cummings, Jennifer L. Judge, Margaret L. Barlow, Julee Nanduri, Doug E. Milano Johnson, James Palis, Alice P. Pentland, Edith M. Lord, and Julie L. Ryan (pages 72-81)


NEMO Modulates Radiation-Induced Endothelial Senescence of Human Umbilical Veins Through NF-κB Signal Pathway Xiaorong Dong, Fan Tong, Cai Qian, Ruiguang Zhang, Jihua Dong, Gang Wu, and Yu Hu (pages 82-93)


The Effect of Ionizing Radiation on mRNA Levels of the DNA Damage Response Genes Rad9, Rad1 and Hus1 in Various Mouse Tissues Zhenya Zhang, Zeyuan Cai, Kaiming Li, Yu Fang, Lili An, Zhishang Hu, Shihua Wang, and Haiying Hang (pages 94-104)


Localization Estimation of Ionizing Radiation-Induced Abasic Sites in DNA in the Solid State Using Fluorescence Resonance Energy Transfer Ken Akamatsu, Naoya Shikazono, and Takeshi Saito (pages 105-113)


Drug Metabolism and Homologous Recombination Repair in Radiosensitization with Gemcitabine Michael M. Im, Sheryl A. Flanagan, Jeffrey J. Ackroyd, and Donna S. Shewach (pages 114-123)


Low- and High-LET Radiation Drives Clonal Expansion of Lung Progenitor Cells In Vivo Alicia M. Farin, Nicholas D. Manzo, David G. Kirsch, and Barry R. Stripp (pages 124-132)

 

Radiation Research Jan 2015, Vol. 183, No. 1: (pages 133-133)




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