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Radiation Biology in the Context of Changing Patterns of Radiotherapy
David Murray, William H. McBride, and Jeffrey L. Schwartz (pages 259-272)



Combinatorial DNA Damage Pairing Model Based on X-Ray-Induced Foci Predicts the Dose and LET Dependence of Cell Death in Human Breast Cells
Nikhil Vadhavkar, Christopher Pham, Walter Georgescu, Thomas Deschamps, Anne-Catherine Heuskin, Jonathan Tang, and Sylvain V. Costes (pages 273-281)

Biological Characterization of Low-Energy Ions with High-Energy Deposition on Human Cells Janapriya Saha, Paul Wilson, Peter Thieberger, Derek Lowenstein, Minli Wang, and Francis A Cucinotta (pages 282-291)

Exposure to Mission Relevant Doses of 1 GeV/Nucleon 56Fe Particles Leads to Impairment of Attentional Set-Shifting Performance in Socially Mature Rats
Richard A. Britten, Leslie K. Davis, Jessica S. Jewell, Vania D. Miller, Melissa M. Hadley, Larry D. Sanford, Mayumi Machida, and György Lonart (pages 292-298)

Independent Validation of Candidate Genes Identified after a Whole Genome Screening on Mayak Workers Exposed to Prolonged Occupational Radiation
Michael Abend, Tamara Azizova, Kerstin Müller, Harald Dörr, Sven Senf, Helmut Kreppel, Galina Rusinova, Irina Glazkova, Natalia Vyazovskaya, Kristian Unger, and Viktor Meineke (pages 299-309)

Leukemogenesis in Heterozygous PU.1 Knockout Mice
Paula C. Genik, Irina Vyazunova, Leta S. Steffen, Jeffery W. Bacher, Helle Bielefeldt-Ohmann, Scott McKercher, Robert L. Ullrich, Christina M. Fallgren, Michael M. Weil, and F. Andrew Ray (pages 310-315)

Time-Dependent Inhibition of Pan-Inflammatory Cytokines Mitigates Radiation-Induced Skin Injury in Mice Kenneth A. Jenrow, Stephen L. Brown, Andrew J. J. Kolozsvary, Karen Lapanowski, and Jae Ho Kim (pages 316-321)

Modeling Dose Deposition and DNA Damage Due to Low-Energy β– Emitters
D. Alloni, C. Cutaia, L. Mariotti, W. Friedland, and A. Ottolenghi (pages 322-330)

The Influence of Dose Rate on the Induction of Chromosome Aberrations and Gene Mutation after Exposure of Plateau Phase V79-4 Cells with High-LET Alpha Particles David L. Stevens, Samantha Bradley, Dudley T. Goodhead, and Mark A. Hill (pages 331-337)

Nonhomologous End-Joining Repair Plays a More Important Role than Homologous Recombination Repair in Defining Radiosensitivity after Exposure to High-LET Radiation Akihisa Takahashi, Makoto Kubo, Hongyu Ma, Akiko Nakagawa, Yukari Yoshida, Mayu Isono, Tatsuaki Kanai, Tatsuya Ohno, Yoshiya Furusawa, Tomoo Funayama, Yasuhiko Kobayashi, and Takashi Nakano (pages 338-344)

Wip1 Abrogation Decreases Intestinal Tumor Frequency in APCMin/+ Mice Irrespective of Radiation Quality Shubhankar Suman, Bo-Hyun Moon, Hemang Thakor, Albert J. Fornace, and Kamal Datta (pages 345-349)

Transforming Growth Factor Alpha is a Critical Mediator of Radiation Lung Injury
Eun Joo Chung, Kathryn Hudak, Jason A. Horton, Ayla White, Bradley T. Scroggins, Shiva Vaswani, and Deborah Citrin (pages 350-362)


 

Radiation Research Sep 2014, Vol. 182, No. 3: e44-e44




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