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Radiation Research

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0033-7587
Electronic ISSN
1938-5404
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2.578
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6570
Article count
11984
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24
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0.00200267
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  1. Exposure to Electrical Contact Currents and the Risk of Childhood Leukemia.

    Radiation Research (2010) PMID 21142413

    Abstract The objectives of this study were to examine the association between contact current exposure and the risk of childhood leukemia and to investigate the relationship between residential contact currents and magnetic fields. Indoor and outdoor contact voltage and magnetic-fiel...
  2. Roles of Stem Cells in Tissue Turnover and Radiation Carcinogenesis.

    Radiation Research (2010) PMID 20843238

    Abstract Radiation research has its foundation on the target and hit theories, which assume that the initial stochastic deposition of energy on a sensitive target in a cell determines the final biological outcome. This assumption is rather static in nature but forms the foundation of...
  3. Response to Dr. Simmons

    Radiation Research 170(1):139 (2008)

  4. Comments on the Responses of Utteridge et al. (Radiat. Res. 159, 277–278, 2003) to Letters about their Paper (Radiat. Res. 158, 357–364, 200...

    Radiation Research 160(5):613 (2003)

  5. The miR-15 Family Enhances the Radiosensitivity of Breast Cancer Cells by Targeting G2 Checkpoints.

    Radiation Research 183(2):196 (2015) PMID 25594541

    We investigated the effects of radiation on the miR-15 family and found a time-dependent change in the expression of miR-15a/15b/16 in breast cancer cells postirradiation, as well as an increase in miR-15 family-mediated sensitization of breast cancer cells to radiation. The increase in radiosensiti...
  6. Whole-body proton irradiation causes long-term damage to hematopoietic stem cells in mice.

    Radiation Research 183(2):240 (2015) PMID 25635345

    We exposed C57BL/6J mice to 1.0 Gy whole-body proton irradiation (150 MeV) and then studied the effects of proton radiation on HSCs and HPCs in the bone marrow (BM) 22 weeks after the exposure. The results showed that mice exposed to 1.0 Gy whole-body proton irradiation had a significant and persist...
  7. An autologous in situ tumor vaccination approach for hepatocellular carcinoma. 2. Tumor-specific immunity and cure after radio-inducible sui...

    Radiation Research 182(2):201 (2014) PMID 24992166

    We have demonstrated that the addition of recombinant adenovirus-expressing human Flt3 ligand (Adeno-Flt3L) after radio-inducible suicide gene therapy induced a Th1-biased, immune response and enhanced tumor control in an ectopic model of HCC. We hypothesized that sequential administration of recomb...
  8. Novel synthetic (S,S) and (R,R)-secoisolariciresinol diglucosides (SDGs) protect naked plasmid and genomic DNA From gamma radiation damage.

    Radiation Research 182(1):102 (2014) PMID 24945894 PMCID PMC4130221

    Secoisolariciresinol diglucoside (SDG) is the major lignan in wholegrain flaxseed. However, extraction methods are complex and are associated with low yield and high costs. Using a novel synthetic pathway, our group succeeded in chemically synthesizing SDG (S,S and R,R enantiomers), which faithfully...
  9. Crosstalk with cancer-associated fibroblasts increases the growth and radiation survival of cervical cancer cells.

    Radiation Research 181(5):540 (2014) PMID 24785588

    Crosstalk between cancer cells and the surrounding cancer associated fibroblasts (CAFs) plays an illusive role in cancer radiotherapy. This study investigated the effect of cancer cell-cancer associated fibroblasts crosstalk on the proliferation and survival of irradiated cervical cancer cells. A pr...
  10. Identification of the C4'-oxidized abasic site as the most abundant 2-deoxyribose lesion in radiation-damaged DNA using a novel HPLC-based a...

    Radiation Research 181(2):131 (2014) PMID 24410455

    A novel analytical high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC)-based method of quantification of the yields of C4'-oxidized abasic sites, 1, in oxidatively damaged DNA has been elaborated. This new approach is based on efficient conversion of 1 into N-substituted 5-methylene-Δ(3)-pyrrolin-2-ones,...