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Citation: Extended abstracts - Probing individual cells: Applications to signaling, structure and function - Bethesda, Maryland, March 12-14, 2001, RADIAT RES, 156(4), 2001, pp. 434-434

Citation: Extended abstracts - Probing individual cells: Applications to signaling, structure and function Bethesda, Maryland, March 12-14, 2001, RADIAT RES, 156(4), 2001, pp. 435-435

Authors: Sgura, A Antoccia, A Cherubini, R Tanzarella, C
Citation: A. Sgura et al., Chromosome nondisjunction and loss induced by protons and X rays in primary human fibroblasts: Role of centromeres in aneuploidy, RADIAT RES, 156(3), 2001, pp. 225-231

Authors: Oh, CW Bump, EA Kim, JS Janigro, D Mayberg, MR
Citation: Cw. Oh et al., Induction of a senescence-like phenotype in bovine aortic endothelial cells by ionizing radiation, RADIAT RES, 156(3), 2001, pp. 232-240

Authors: Mothersill, C Lyng, F Mulford, A Seymour, C Cottell, D Lyons, M Austin, B
Citation: C. Mothersill et al., Effect of low doses of ionizing radiation on cells cultured from the hematopoietic tissue of the Dublin Bay prawn, Nephrops norvegicus, RADIAT RES, 156(3), 2001, pp. 241-250

Authors: Lewis, DA Mayhugh, BM Qin, Y Trott, K Mendonca, MS
Citation: Da. Lewis et al., Production of delayed death and neoplastic transformation in CGL1 cells byradiation-induced bystander effects, RADIAT RES, 156(3), 2001, pp. 251-258

Authors: Evans, HH Horng, MF Ricanati, M Diaz-Insua, M Jordan, R Schwartz, JL
Citation: Hh. Evans et al., Diverse delayed effects in human lymphoblastoid cells surviving exposure to high-LET Fe-56 particles or low-LET (CS)-C-137 gamma radiation, RADIAT RES, 156(3), 2001, pp. 259-271

Authors: Turcotte, S Averill-Bates, DA
Citation: S. Turcotte et Da. Averill-bates, Sensitization to the cytotoxicity of melphalan by ethacrynic acid and hyperthermia in drug-sensitive and multidrug-resistant Chinese hamster ovary cells, RADIAT RES, 156(3), 2001, pp. 272-282

Authors: Whitnall, MH Inal, CE Jackson, WE Miner, VL Villa, V Seed, TM
Citation: Mh. Whitnall et al., In vivo radioprotection by 5-androstenediol: Stimulation of the innate immune system, RADIAT RES, 156(3), 2001, pp. 283-293

Authors: Amorino, GP Lee, H Holburn, GE Paschal, CB Hercules, SK Shyr, Y Steffen, RP Choy, H
Citation: Gp. Amorino et al., Enhancement of tumor oxygenation and radiation response by the allosteric effector of hemoglobin, RSR13, RADIAT RES, 156(3), 2001, pp. 294-300

Authors: Huber, PE Debus, J
Citation: Pe. Huber et J. Debus, Tumor cytotoxicity in vivo and radical formation in vitro depend on the shock wave-induced cavitation dose, RADIAT RES, 156(3), 2001, pp. 301-309

Authors: Doke, T Hayashi, T Borak, TB
Citation: T. Doke et al., Comparisons of LET distributions measured in low-earth orbit using tissue-equivalent proportional counters and the position-sensitive silicon-detector telescope (RRMD-III), RADIAT RES, 156(3), 2001, pp. 310-316

Authors: Saito, N Suzuki, IH
Citation: N. Saito et Ih. Suzuki, Photon W value for krypton in the M-shell transition region, RADIAT RES, 156(3), 2001, pp. 317-323

Authors: MacCallum, DE Hall, PA Wright, EG
Citation: De. Maccallum et al., The TRP53 pathway is induced in vivo by low doses of gamma radiation, RADIAT RES, 156(3), 2001, pp. 324-327

Authors: Li, L Bisht, KS LaGroye, I Zhang, P Straube, WL Moros, EG Roti, JLR
Citation: L. Li et al., Measurement of DNA damage in mammalian cells exposed in vitro to radiofrequency fields at SARs of 3-5 W/kg, RADIAT RES, 156(3), 2001, pp. 328-332

Authors: Thomas, GA Williams, ED
Citation: Ga. Thomas et Ed. Williams, Chernobyl thyroid tumor tissue and nucleic acid bank, RADIAT RES, 156(3), 2001, pp. 333-333

Authors: Britten, RA Peters, LJ Murray, D
Citation: Ra. Britten et al., Biological factors influencing the RBE of neutrons: Implications for theirpast, present and future use in radiotherapy, RADIAT RES, 156(2), 2001, pp. 125-135

Authors: Travis, LB Land, CE Andersson, M Nyberg, U Goldman, MB Gaul, LK Berger, E Storm, HH Hall, P Auvinen, A Janower, ML Holm, LE Monson, RR Schottenfeld, D Boice, JD
Citation: Lb. Travis et al., Mortality after cerebral angiography with or without radioactive thorotrast: An international cohort of 3,143 two-year survivors, RADIAT RES, 156(2), 2001, pp. 136-150

Authors: Abdoul-Carime, H Sanche, L
Citation: H. Abdoul-carime et L. Sanche, Sequence-specific damage induced by the impact of 3-30 eV electrons on oligonucleotides, RADIAT RES, 156(2), 2001, pp. 151-157

Authors: Panyutin, IV Luu, AN Panyutin, IG Neumann, RD
Citation: Iv. Panyutin et al., Strand breaks in whole plasmid DNA produced by the decay of I-125 in a triplex-forming oligonucleotide, RADIAT RES, 156(2), 2001, pp. 158-166

Authors: Bryntesson, F Regan, JC Jeggo, PA Taccioli, GE Hubank, M
Citation: F. Bryntesson et al., Analysis of gene transcription in cells lacking DNA-PK activity, RADIAT RES, 156(2), 2001, pp. 167-176

Authors: Sawant, SG Randers-Pehrson, G Metting, NF Hall, EJ
Citation: Sg. Sawant et al., Adaptive response and the bystander effect induced by radiation in C3H 10T(1)/(2) cells in culture, RADIAT RES, 156(2), 2001, pp. 177-180

Authors: Tsoulou, E Kalfas, CA Sideris, EG
Citation: E. Tsoulou et al., Probing irradiated DNA with the perturbed angular correlation method, RADIAT RES, 156(2), 2001, pp. 181-185

Authors: Evans, HH Horng, MF Evans, TE Jordan, R Schwartz, JL
Citation: Hh. Evans et al., Genotoxic effects of high-energy iron particles in human lymphoblasts differing in radiation sensitivity, RADIAT RES, 156(2), 2001, pp. 186-194

Authors: Nose, M Wang, B Itsukaichi, H Yukawa, O Hayata, I Yamada, T Ohyama, H
Citation: M. Nose et al., Rescue of lethally irradiated mice from hematopoietic death by pre-exposure to 0.5 Gy X rays without recovery from peripheral blood cell depletion and its modification by OK432, RADIAT RES, 156(2), 2001, pp. 195-204
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