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Table of contents of journal: *Radiation research

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Authors: Chumak, A Thevenon, C Gulaya, N Guichardant, M Margitich, V Bazyka, D Kovalenko, A Lagarde, M Prigent, AF
Citation: A. Chumak et al., Monohydroxylated fatty acid content in peripheral blood mononuclear cells and immune status of people at long times after the Chernobyl accident, RADIAT RES, 156(5), 2001, pp. 476-487

Authors: Hoyes, KP Lord, BI McCann, C Hendry, JH Morris, ID
Citation: Kp. Hoyes et al., Transgenerational effects of preconception paternal contamination with Fe-55, RADIAT RES, 156(5), 2001, pp. 488-494

Authors: Sykes, PJ McCallum, BD Bangay, MJ Hooker, AM Morley, AA
Citation: Pj. Sykes et al., Effect of exposure to 900 MHz radiofrequency radiation on intrachromosomalrecombination in pKZ1 mice, RADIAT RES, 156(5), 2001, pp. 495-502

Authors: Murata, R Siemann, DW Overgaard, J Horsman, MR
Citation: R. Murata et al., Improved tumor response by combining radiation and the vascular-damaging drug 5,6-dimethylxanthenone-4-acetic acid, RADIAT RES, 156(5), 2001, pp. 503-509

Authors: Zhao, DW Constantinescu, A Hahn, EW Mason, RP
Citation: Dw. Zhao et al., Tumor oxygen dynamics with respect to growth and respiratory challenge: Investigation of the Dunning prostate R3327-HI tumor, RADIAT RES, 156(5), 2001, pp. 510-520

Authors: Huo, LH Nagasawa, H Little, JB
Citation: Lh. Huo et al., HPRT mutants induced in bystander cells by very low fluences of alpha particles result primarily from point mutations, RADIAT RES, 156(5), 2001, pp. 521-525

Authors: Schettino, G Folkard, M Prise, KM Vojnovic, B Bowey, AG Michael, BD
Citation: G. Schettino et al., Low-dose hypersensitivity in Chinese hamster V79 cells targeted with counted protons using a charged-particle microbeam, RADIAT RES, 156(5), 2001, pp. 526-534

Authors: Masson, C Menaa, F Pinon-Lataillade, G Frobert, Y Radicella, JP Angulo, JF
Citation: C. Masson et al., Identification of KIN (KIN17), a human gene encoding a nuclear DNA-bindingprotein, as a novel component of the TP53-independent response to ionizingradiation, RADIAT RES, 156(5), 2001, pp. 535-544

Authors: Costes, S Sachs, R Hlatky, L Vannais, D Waldren, C Fouladi, B
Citation: S. Costes et al., Large-mutation spectra induced at hemizygous loci by low-LET radiation: Evidence for intrachromosomal proximity effects, RADIAT RES, 156(5), 2001, pp. 545-557

Authors: Scholz, M Jakob, B Taucher-Scholz, G
Citation: M. Scholz et al., Direct evidence for the spatial correlation between individual particle traversals and localized CDKN1A (p21) response induced by high-LET radiation, RADIAT RES, 156(5), 2001, pp. 558-563

Authors: Neta, R
Citation: R. Neta, IL2 release in atomic bomb survivors, RADIAT RES, 156(5), 2001, pp. 564-564

Authors: Kusunoki, Y Hayashi, T Kyoizumi, S
Citation: Y. Kusunoki et al., T-cell responses to mitogens in atomic bomb survivors: Radiation effects on mitogen responsiveness are apparent in survivors who had not been diagnosed with cancer prior to testing, RADIAT RES, 156(5), 2001, pp. 564-565

Authors: Fowler, J
Citation: J. Fowler, Julie Denekamp - Her life and achievements (1943-2001): A brief account - In memoriam, RADIAT RES, 156(5), 2001, pp. 566-569

Citation: Extended abstracts of the Workshop on Probing Individual Cells: Applications to signaling, structure and function (vol 156, pg 434, 2001), RADIAT RES, 156(5), 2001, pp. 570-570

Authors: Kodama, Y Pawel, D Nakamura, N Preston, D Honda, T Itoh, M Nakano, M Ohtaki, K Funamoto, S Awa, AA
Citation: Y. Kodama et al., Stable chromosome aberrations in atomic bomb survivors: Results from 25 years of investigation, RADIAT RES, 156(4), 2001, pp. 337-346

Authors: Tomilin, NV Solovjeva, LV Svetlova, MP Pleskach, NM Zalenskaya, IA Yau, PM Bradbury, EM
Citation: Nv. Tomilin et al., Visualization of focal nuclear sites of DNA repair synthesis induced by bleomycin in human cells, RADIAT RES, 156(4), 2001, pp. 347-354

Authors: Belyaev, IY Czene, S Harms-Ringdahl, M
Citation: Iy. Belyaev et al., Changes in chromatin conformation during radiation-induced apoptosis in human lymphocytes, RADIAT RES, 156(4), 2001, pp. 355-364

Authors: Stewart, RD
Citation: Rd. Stewart, Two-lesion kinetic model of double-strand break rejoining and cell killing, RADIAT RES, 156(4), 2001, pp. 365-378

Authors: De Sanctis, V Bertozzi, C Costanzo, G Di Mauro, E Negri, R
Citation: V. De Sanctis et al., Cell cycle arrest determines the intensity of the global transcriptional response of Saccharomyces cerevisiae to ionizing radiation, RADIAT RES, 156(4), 2001, pp. 379-387

Authors: Horan, AD Koch, CJ
Citation: Ad. Horan et Cj. Koch, The K-m for radiosensitization of human tumor cells by oxygen is much greater than 3 mmHg and is further increased by elevated levels of cysteine, RADIAT RES, 156(4), 2001, pp. 388-398

Authors: Leszczynski, D Pitsillides, CM Pastila, RK Anderson, RR Lin, CP
Citation: D. Leszczynski et al., Laser-beam-triggered microcavitation: A novel method for selective cell destruction, RADIAT RES, 156(4), 2001, pp. 399-407

Authors: Rezvani, M Birds, DA Hodges, H Hopewell, JW Milledew, K Wilkinson, JH
Citation: M. Rezvani et al., Modification of radiation myelopathy by the transplantation of neural stemcells in the rat, RADIAT RES, 156(4), 2001, pp. 408-412

Authors: Utteridge, TD Charlton, DE Allen, BJ
Citation: Td. Utteridge et al., Monte Carlo modeling of the effects of injected short-, medium- and longer-range alpha-particle emitters on human marrow at various ages, RADIAT RES, 156(4), 2001, pp. 413-418

Authors: Li, WB Friedland, W Pomplun, E Jacob, P Paretzke, HG Lassmann, M Reiners, C
Citation: Wb. Li et al., Track structures and dose distributions from decays of I-131 and I-125 in and around water spheres simulating micrometastases of differentiated thyroid cancer, RADIAT RES, 156(4), 2001, pp. 419-429

Authors: Vijayalaxmi,"Bisht, KS Pickard, WF Meltz, ML Roti, JLR Moros, EG
Citation: Ks. Vijayalaxmi,"bisht et al., Chromosome damage and micronucleus formation in human blood lymphocytes exposed in vitro to radiofrequency radiation at a cellular telephone frequency (847.74 MHz, CDMA), RADIAT RES, 156(4), 2001, pp. 430-433
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