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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. Acceleration of diabetic wound healing by low-dose radiation is associated with peripheral mobilization of bone marrow stem cells.

    Radiation Research 174(4):467 (2010) PMID 20726708

    We investigated the effect of repeated low-dose radiation exposure (75 mGy X ray) on skin wound healing in a rat model of diabetes. A skin wound was made on the backs of diabetic and age-matched control rats 60 days after diabetes was induced by a single injection of streptozotocin. Rats with skin w...
  3. 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...
  4. Response to Dr. Simmons

    Radiation Research 170(1):139 (2008)

  5. The initiator motif is preferentially used as the core promoter element in ionizing radiation-responsive genes.

    Radiation Research 166(5):810 (2006) PMID 17067207

    We analyzed the promoters of 217 radiation-responsive human genes, compiled from microarray databases available in the literature. Using the DBTSS database, the transcriptional start sites were determined, and the core promoter elements, such as the TATA-box, initiator (Inr), GC-box and CCAAT-box, w...
  6. 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)

  7. The proliferative response of mouse jejunal crypt cells to radiation-induced cell depletion is not mediated exclusively by transforming grow...

    Radiation Research 155(6):866 (2001) PMID 11352770

    We have tested this hypothesis by comparing the repopulation response of wild-type and Tgfa-null mice, using the microcolony assay. Mice were exposed whole-body to (137)Cs gamma rays at a dose of approximately 1.6 Gy/min. Single doses and equal doses separated by 4 and 54 h were given. The rightward...
  8. Cancer predisposition, radiosensitivity and the risk of radiation-induced cancers: biological aspects and computational modeling.

    Radiation Research 154(6):724 (2000) PMID 11187012

  9. Thyroid cancer after scalp irradiation: a reanalysis accounting for uncertainty in dosimetry.

    Radiation Research 154(6):721 (2000) PMID 11187010

  10. Interleukin 4 promotes survival of lethally irradiated mice in the absence of hematopoietic efficacy.

    Radiation Research 152(6):629 (1999) PMID 10581533

    Our data strongly suggest that aplasia is not the only cause of death of animals irradiated with doses around the LD(50) and that Il4-treated animals can survive in spite of a very poor hematopoietic activity....