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Authors: Cucinotta, FA Nikjoo, H
Citation: Fa. Cucinotta et H. Nikjoo, Models for evaluation of radiation risk factors - Preface, RADIAT RES, 156(5), 2001, pp. 571-571

Authors: Prise, KM Pinto, M Newman, HC Michael, BD
Citation: Km. Prise et al., A review of studies of ionizing radiation-induced double-strand break clustering, RADIAT RES, 156(5), 2001, pp. 572-576

Authors: Nikjoo, H O'Neill, P Wilson, WE Goodhead, DT
Citation: H. Nikjoo et al., Computational approach for determining the spectrum of DNA damage induced by ionizing radiation, RADIAT RES, 156(5), 2001, pp. 577-583

Authors: Weinfeld, M Rasouli-Nia, A Chaudhry, MA Britten, RA
Citation: M. Weinfeld et al., Response of base excision repair enzymes to complex DNA lesions, RADIAT RES, 156(5), 2001, pp. 584-589

Authors: Jenner, TJ Fulford, J O'Neill, P
Citation: Tj. Jenner et al., Contribution of base lesions to radiation-induced clustered DNA damage: Implication for models of radiation response, RADIAT RES, 156(5), 2001, pp. 590-593

Authors: Ponomarev, AL Cucinotta, FA Sachs, RK Brenner, DJ Peterson, LE
Citation: Al. Ponomarev et al., Extrapolation of the DNA fragment-size distribution after high-dose irradiation to predict effects at low doses, RADIAT RES, 156(5), 2001, pp. 594-597

Authors: Kawata, T Durante, M Furusawa, Y George, K Ito, H Wu, H Cucinotta, FA
Citation: T. Kawata et al., Rejoining of isochromatid breaks induced by heavy ions in G(2)-phase normal human fibroblasts, RADIAT RES, 156(5), 2001, pp. 598-602

Authors: Wu, HL
Citation: Hl. Wu, Probabilities of radiation-induced inter- and intrachromosomal exchanges and their dependence on the DNA content of the chromosome, RADIAT RES, 156(5), 2001, pp. 603-606

Authors: Kiefer, J Schmidt, P Koch, S
Citation: J. Kiefer et al., Mutations in mammalian cells induced by heavy charged particles: An indicator for risk assessment in space, RADIAT RES, 156(5), 2001, pp. 607-611

Authors: Brenner, DJ Elliston, CD
Citation: Dj. Brenner et Cd. Elliston, The potential impact of bystander effects on radiation risks in a Mars mission, RADIAT RES, 156(5), 2001, pp. 612-617

Authors: Barcellos-Hoff, MH Brooks, AL
Citation: Mh. Barcellos-hoff et Al. Brooks, Extracellular signaling through the microenvironment: A hypothesis relating carcinogenesis, bystander effects, and genomic instability, RADIAT RES, 156(5), 2001, pp. 618-627

Authors: Carnes, BA Gavrilova, N
Citation: Ba. Carnes et N. Gavrilova, Risk analysis: Divergent models and convergent interpretations, RADIAT RES, 156(5), 2001, pp. 628-630

Authors: Bridges, BA
Citation: Ba. Bridges, Radiation and germline mutation at repeat sequences: Are we in the middle of a paradigm shift?, RADIAT RES, 156(5), 2001, pp. 631-641

Authors: Pandita, TK
Citation: Tk. Pandita, The role of ATM in telomere structure and function, RADIAT RES, 156(5), 2001, pp. 642-647

Authors: Sankaranarayanan, K Chakraborty, R
Citation: K. Sankaranarayanan et R. Chakraborty, Impact of cancer predisposition and radiosensitivity on the population risk of radiation-induced cancers, RADIAT RES, 156(5), 2001, pp. 648-656

Authors: Amundson, SA Bittner, M Meltzer, P Trent, J Fornace, AJ
Citation: Sa. Amundson et al., Induction of gene expression as a monitor of exposure to ionizing radiation, RADIAT RES, 156(5), 2001, pp. 657-661

Authors: Durante, M Bonassi, S George, K Cucinotta, FA
Citation: M. Durante et al., Risk estimation based on chromosomal aberrations induced by radiation, RADIAT RES, 156(5), 2001, pp. 662-667

Authors: Ford, BN Wilkinson, D Thorleifson, EM Tracy, BL
Citation: Bn. Ford et al., Gene expression responses in lymphoblastoid cells after radiation exposure, RADIAT RES, 156(5), 2001, pp. 668-671

Authors: Ohtaki, M Niwa, O
Citation: M. Ohtaki et O. Niwa, A mathematical model of radiation carcinogenesis with induction of genomicinstability and cell death, RADIAT RES, 156(5), 2001, pp. 672-677

Authors: Heidenreich, WF Paretzke, HG
Citation: Wf. Heidenreich et Hg. Paretzke, The two-stage clonal expansion model as an example of a biologically basedmodel of radiation-induced cancer, RADIAT RES, 156(5), 2001, pp. 678-681

Authors: Cucinotta, FA Schimmerling, W Wilson, JW Peterson, LE Badhwar, GD Saganti, PB Dicello, JF
Citation: Fa. Cucinotta et al., Space radiation cancer risks and uncertainties for Mars missions, RADIAT RES, 156(5), 2001, pp. 682-688

Authors: De Angelis, G Caldora, M Santaquilani, M Scipione, R Verdecchia, A
Citation: G. De Angelis et al., Health risks from radiation exposure for civilian aviation flight personnel: A study of Italian airline crew members, RADIAT RES, 156(5), 2001, pp. 689-694

Authors: Pajonk, F McBride, WH
Citation: F. Pajonk et Wh. Mcbride, The proteasome in cancer biology and treatment, RADIAT RES, 156(5), 2001, pp. 447-459

Authors: Cucinotta, FA Manuel, FK Jones, J Iszard, G Murrey, J Djojonegro, B Wear, M
Citation: Fa. Cucinotta et al., Space radiation and cataracts in astronauts, RADIAT RES, 156(5), 2001, pp. 460-466

Authors: Whitehouse, CA Tawn, EJ
Citation: Ca. Whitehouse et Ej. Tawn, No evidence for chromosomal instability in radiation workers with in vivo exposure to plutonium, RADIAT RES, 156(5), 2001, pp. 467-475
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