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Radiation Research Table of Contents: June 2018

Tuesday, June 5, 2018  
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Identity Crisis – Rigor and Reproducibility in Human Cell Lines (OPEN ACCESS article) Jaimee C. Eckers, Adam D. Swick and Randall J. Kimple (pages 551-552)

NASA GeneLab Project: Bridging Space Radiation Omics with Ground Studies (OPEN ACCESS article) Afshin Beheshti, Jack Miller, Yared Kidane, Daniel Berrios, Samrawit G. Gebre and Sylvain V. Costes (pages 553-559)

Amelioration of Head and Neck Radiation-Induced Mucositis and Distant Marrow Suppression in Fanca–/– and Fancg–/– Mice by Intraoral Administration of GS-Nitroxide (JP4-039) John Willis, Michael W. Epperly, Renee Fisher, Xichen Zhang, Donna Shields, Wen Hou, Hong Wang, Song Li, Peter Wipf, Kalindi Parmar, Eva Guinan, Justin Steinman and Joel S. Greenberger (pages 560-578)

Analysis of Gene Expression Changes in PHA-M Stimulated Lymphocytes – Unraveling PHA Activity as Prerequisite for Dicentric Chromosome Analysis C. Beinke, M. Port, R. Ullmann, K. Gilbertz, M. Majewski and M. Abend (pages 579-596)

Analysis of Radiation-Induced Chromosomal Aberrations on a Cell-by-Cell Basis after Alpha-Particle Microbeam Irradiation: Experimental Data and Simulations Antonella Testa, Francesca Ballarini, Ulrich Giesen, Octávia Monteiro Gil, Mario P. Carante, John Tello, Frank Langner, Hans Rabus, Valentina Palma, Massimo Pinto and Clarice Patrono (pages 597-604)

Behavioral Effects of Focal Irradiation in a Juvenile Murine Model Tyler C. Alexander, Hannah Butcher, Kimberly Krager, Frederico Kiffer, Thomas Groves, Jing Wang, Gwendolyn Carter and Antiño R. Allen (pages 605-617)

A Novel Method to Extend a Partial-Body CT for the Reconstruction of Dose to Organs beyond the Scan Range Gleb A. Kuzmin, Matthew M. Mille, Jae Won Jung, Choonik Lee, Christopher Pelletier, Gamal Akabani and Choonsik Lee (pages 618-626)

Mice Lacking RIP3 Kinase are not Protected from Acute Radiation Syndrome Katherine D. Castle, Andrea R. Daniel, Everett J. Moding, Lixia Luo, Chang-Lung Lee and David G. Kirsch (pages 627-633)

Circulating Cytokine/Chemokine Concentrations Respond to Ionizing Radiation Doses but not Radiation Dose Rates: Granulocyte-Colony Stimulating Factor and Interleukin-18 Juliann G. Kiang, Joan T. Smith, Sara R. Hegge and Natalia I. Ossetrova (pages 634-643)

Dose-Modifying Factor of Radiation Therapy with Concurrent Cisplatin Treatment in HPV-Positive Squamous Cell Carcinoma: A Preclinical Study Ajda Prevc, Simona Kranjc, Maja Cemazar, Vesna Todorovic, Bojana Zegura, Matjaz Novak, Metka Filipic, Margareta Strojan Flezar, Irena Srebotnik Kirbis, Ana Rotter, Andreja Brozic, Martina Niksic Zakelj, Mario Poljak, Lea Hosnjak, Blaz Groselj, Primoz Strojan and Gregor Sersa (pages 644-651)

DNA Topoisomerase IB as a Potential Ionizing Radiation Exposure and Dose Biomarker Rotem Daudee, Rafi Gonen, Uzi German, Itzhak Orion, Zeev B. Alfassi and Esther Priel (pages 652-660)

Application of an Ex Vivo Tissue Model to Investigate Radiobiological Effects on Spermatogenesis Hisanori Fukunaga, Kiichi Kaminaga, Takuya Sato, Noriko Usami, Ritsuko Watanabe, Karl T. Butterworth, Takehiko Ogawa, Akinari Yokoya and Kevin M. Prise (pages 661-667)

Addendum: Campos D, Peeters W, Nickel K, Burkel B, Bussink J, Kimple RJ, van der Kogel A, Eliceiri KW, Kissick MW. “Radiation Promptly Alters Cancer Live Cell Metabolic Fluxes: An In Vitro Demonstration.” Radiat Res 2016; 185:496-504 (pages 668-668)

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