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[The micronucleus test].
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Little scientific evidence is presently available on the actual impacts of climate change effects on the energy system. The possible affections have mainly been identified as a result of modelling… Expand
Effective doses to patients from paediatric cardiac catheterization.
- J. Rassow, A. Schmaltz, F. Hentrich, C. Streffer
- The British journal of radiology
- 1 February 2000
The Council Directive of the European Communities 97/43/Euratom requires dose assessment, especially for X-ray examinations of children and if high doses to the patient are involved. Both these… Expand
Heterogeneity in 2-deoxy-D-glucose-induced modifications in energetics and radiation responses of human tumor cell lines.
- B. S. Dwarkanath, F. Zolzer, +5 authors V. Jain
- International journal of radiation oncology…
- 15 July 2001
PURPOSE The glucose analog and glycolytic inhibitor, 2-deoxy-D-glucose (2-DG), has been shown to differentially enhance the radiation damage in tumor cells by inhibiting the postirradiation repair… Expand
Prenatal death and malformations after irradiation of mouse zygotes with neutrons or X-rays.
Female mice (strain: "Heiligenberger Stamm") were irradiated with neutrons (7 MeV) or X-rays when embryos were at the early zygote stage; uterine contents were examined on gestation day 19 for… Expand
A Review of “Cytogenetic Analysis for Radiation Dose Assessment—A Manual”
- C. Streffer
- 1 December 2002
Abstract Technical reports series No. 405, International Atomic Energy Agency, Vienna 2001 127 pp., 16 figures, Publication date: January 2002
A cytogenetic analysis of the long-term effect of uranium mining on peripheral lymphocytes using the micronucleus–centromere assay
- A. Kryscio, W. Müller, A. Wójcik, N. Kotschy, S. Grobelny, C. Streffer
- Biology, Medicine
- International journal of radiation biology
- 1 January 2001
Purpose : To assess the long-term effect of radiation exposure of uranium miners on a cytogenetic endpoint: micronuclei (Mn) with and without a centromere. Materials and methods : Mn were scored… Expand
KINETICS OF CELL PROLIFERATION IN THE PRE‐IMPLANTED MOUSE EMBRYO IN VIVO AND IN VITRO
- C. Streffer, D. Beuningen, M. Molls, N. Zamboglou, S. Schulz
- Biology, Medicine
- Cell and tissue kinetics
- 1 March 1980
The cell proliferation of pre‐implanted mouse embryos was investigated after development in vivo and in vitro. The studies were started at the pronuclear stage, 2 h post conception (p.c.) and… Expand
Increased chromosome aberration levels in cells from mouse fetuses after zygote X-irradiation.
Cell cultures derived from skin biopsies of mouse fetuses X-irradiated at the zygote stage (2 Gy) were studied for the presence of chromosomal aberrations and micronuclei. In comparison with cells… Expand