January-December 2017| Vol 8| Issue 1
Assessment of correlation between chromosomal radiosensitivity of peripheral blood lymphocytes after In vitro irradiation and normal tissue side effects for cancer patients undergoing radiotherapy
Patients receiving identical radiation treatments experience different effects, from undetectable to severe, on normal tissues. A crucial factor of radiotherapy related side effects is individual radi...
Retrospective biological dosimetry at low and high doses of radiation and radioiodine impact on individual susceptibility to ionizing radiation
Iodine-131 (I-131) is often used in thyroid diagnostics and therapy. External and internal exposure to radioiodine can lead to molecular and cellular damage in peripheral blood lymphocytes. The aim of...
Optimizing the microscopy time schedule for chromosomal dosimetry of high-dose and partial-body irradiations
The methodology of cytogenetic triage can be improved by optimizing a schedule of microscopy for different exposure scenarios. Chromosome aberrations were quantified by microscopy in human blood lymph...
Effects of valproic acid on radiation-induced chromosomal aberrations in human lymphocytes
One of the most widely employed histone deacetylases inhibitors in the clinic is the valproic acid (VA), proving to have a good tolerance and low side effects on human health. VA induces changes in ch...
Identification and preliminary validation of radiation response protein(s) in human blood for a high-throughput molecular biodosimetry technology for the future
The absence of a rapid and high-throughput technology for radiation biodosimetry has been a great obstacle in our full preparedness to cope with large-scale radiological incidents. The existing cytoge...
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