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Radiation Research Table of Contents: May 2018

Thursday, May 3, 2018  
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RADIATION RESEARCH: Table of Contents


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The May 2018 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/current
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REGULAR ARTICLES

Correlation of Radiation Dose Estimates by DIC with the METREPOL Hematological Classes of Disease Severity M. Port, B. Pieper, H. D. Dörr, A. Hübsch, M. Majewski and M. Abend (pages 449-455)

Pharmacological Ascorbate as an Adjuvant for Enhancing Radiation-Chemotherapy Responses in Gastric Adenocarcinoma Brianne R. O'Leary, Frederick K. Houwen, Chase L. Johnson, Bryan G. Allen, James J. Mezhir,, Daniel J. Berg, Joseph J. Cullen and Douglas R. Spitz (pages 456-465)

Dose-Rate Effects in Breaking DNA Strands by Short Pulses of Extreme Ultraviolet Radiation Luděk Vyšín, Tomáš Burian, Egor Ukraintsev, Marie Davídková, Michael E. Grisham, Scott Heinbuch, Jorge J. Rocca and Libor Juha (pages 466-476)

Delivery of DTPA through Liposomes as a Good Strategy for Enhancing Plutonium Decorporation Regardless of Treatment Regimen Olivier Grémy, Laurent Miccoli, Faustine Lelan, Sandra Bohand, Michel Cherel and Marie Mougin-Degraef (pages 477-489)

Cancer Incidence in C3H Mice Protected from Lethal Total-Body Radiation after Amifostine John A. Cook, Sarwat Naz, Miriam R. Anver, Anastasia L. Sowers, Kristin Fabre, Murali C. Krishna and James B. Mitchell (pages 490-496)

Raman Spectroscopic Signatures Reveal Distinct Biochemical and Temporal Changes in Irradiated Human Breast Adenocarcinoma Xenografts Samantha J. Van Nest, Leah M. Nicholson, Lindsay DeVorkin, Alexandre G. Brolo, Julian J. Lum, and Andrew Jirasek (pages 497-504)

A Multiplexed Mass Spectrometry-Based Assay for Robust Quantification of Phosphosignaling in Response to DNA Damage Jeffrey R. Whiteaker, Lei Zhao, Rick Saul, Jan A. Kaczmarczyk, Regine M. Schoenherr, Heather D. Moore, Corey Jones-Weinert, Richard G. Ivey, Chenwei Lin, Tara Hiltke, Kerryn W. Reding, Gordon Whiteley, Pei Wang and Amanda G. Paulovich (pages 505-518)

Ataxia-Telangiectasia Mutated (ATM) Kinase Regulates eNOS Expression and Modulates Radiosensitivity in Endothelial Cells Exposed to Ionizing Radiation Masaki Nagane, M. Lakshmi Kuppusamy, Jennifer An, Jesse M. Mast, Rajan Gogna, Hironobu Yasui, Tohru Yamamori, Osamu Inanami and Periannan Kuppusamy (pages 519-528)

Gene Expression Analysis in Human Peripheral Blood Cells after 900 MHz RF-EMF Short-Term Exposure Andreas Lamkowski, Matthias Kreitlow, Jörg Radunz, Martin Willenbockel, Frank Sabath, Winfried Schuhn, Marcus Stiemer, Lars Ole Fichte, Michael Dudzinski, Sebastian Böhmelt, Reinhard Ullmann, Matthäus Majewski, Valeria Franchini, Stefan Eder, Alexis Rump, Matthias Port and Michael Abend (pages 529-540)

Estimates of Environmental Exposure to Radiofrequency Electromagnetic Fields and Risk of Lymphoma Subtypes G. Satta, N. Mascia, T. Serra, A. Salis, L. Saba, S. Sanna, M. G. Zucca, E. Angelucci, A. Gabbas, F. Culurgioni, P. Pili, E. Mura, M. Cappai, M. G. Ennas and P. Cocco (pages 541-547)


LETTER TO THE EDITOR

Comments on “Modeling Cell Survival after Photon Irradiation Based on Double-Strand Break Clustering in Megabase Pair Chromatin Loops” by Thomas Friedrich, Marco Durante and Michael Scholz (Radiat Res 2012; 178:385–94) Giovanni Borasi (pages 548-549)

Comments on ‘Comments on “Modeling Cell Survival after Photon Irradiation Based on Double-Strand Break Clustering in Megabase Pair Chromatin Loops” by Thomas Friedrich, Marco Durante and Michael Scholz (Radiat Res 2012; 178:385–94)’ Thomas Friedrich, Marco Durante and Michel Scholz (pages 549-549)


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