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Radiation Research Table of Contents: November 2019

Wednesday, November 13, 2019  
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Meta-analysis of Cognitive Performance by Novel Object Recognition after Proton and Heavy Ion Exposures Eliedonna Cacao, Francis A. Cucinotta (Vol. 192 No. 5, pages 463-472)

Topical Esomeprazole Mitigates Radiation-Induced Dermal Inflammation and Fibrosis  Ngoc Pham, Michelle S. Ludwig, Min Wang, Afshin Ebrahimpour, Mark D. Bonnen, Abdul Hafeez Diwan, Soo Jung Kim, Jason Bryan, Jared M. Newton, Andrew G. Sikora, Donald T. Donovan, Vlad Sandulache, Yohannes T. Ghebre (Vol. 192 No. 5, pages 473-482)

Response of Human Small Intestinal Epithelium to Fractionated Irradiation: Dynamical Modeling Approach F. A. Cucinotta, O. A. Smirnova (Vol. 192 No. 5, pages 483-492)

Deciding between an X-Ray and 137Cs Irradiator – It's not just about Energy Spectra  Mark K. Murphy, Jacob Kamen (Vol. 192 No. 5, pages 493-506)

Fitting the Generalized Target Model to Cell Survival Data of Proton Radiation Reveals Dose-Dependent RBE and Inspires an Alternative Method to Estimate RBE in High-Dose Regions Lei Zhao, Xinye He, Xinpeng Chen, Yuxuan Shang, Dong Mi, Yeqing Sun (Vol. 192 No. 5, pages 507-516)

Low Doses of Ionizing Radiation Enhance the Angiogenic Potential of Adipocyte Conditioned Medium Filipa G. Marques, Esmeralda Poli, José Rino, Marta Teixeira Pinto, Isabel Diegues, Filomena Pina, Susana Constantino Rosa Santos (Vol. 192 No. 5, pages 517-526)

Risk of Leukemia Associated with Protracted Low-Dose Radiation Exposure: Updated Results from the National Registry for Radiation Workers Study Michael Gillies, Richard Haylock, Nezhat Hunter, Wei Zhang (Vol. 192 No. 5, pages 527-537)

Dosimetric Impact of a New Computational Voxel Phantom Series for the Japanese Atomic Bomb Survivors: Pregnant Females Colin Paulbeck, Keith Griffin, Choonsik Lee, Harry Cullings, Stephen D. Egbert, Sachiyo Funamoto, Tatsuhiko Sato, Akira Endo, Nolan Hertel, Wesley E. Bolch (Vol. 192 No. 5, pages 538-561)

Radiation-Induced Chromosomal Breaks may be DNA Repair Fragile Sites with Larger-scale Correlations to Eight Double-Strand-Break Related Data Sets over the Human Genome Anders Brahme, Maj Hultén, Carin Bengtsson, Andreas Hultgren, Anders Zetterberg (Vol. 192 No. 5, pages 562-576)

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