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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 modellingExpand
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Effective doses to patients from paediatric cardiac catheterization.
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 theseExpand
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Heterogeneity in 2-deoxy-D-glucose-induced modifications in energetics and radiation responses of human tumor cell lines.
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 repairExpand
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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 forExpand
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A Review of “Cytogenetic Analysis for Radiation Dose Assessment—A Manual”
Abstract Technical reports series No. 405, International Atomic Energy Agency, Vienna 2001 127 pp., 16 figures, Publication date: January 2002
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A cytogenetic analysis of the long-term effect of uranium mining on peripheral lymphocytes using the micronucleus–centromere assay
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 scoredExpand
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KINETICS OF CELL PROLIFERATION IN THE PRE‐IMPLANTED MOUSE EMBRYO IN VIVO AND IN VITRO
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.) andExpand
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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 cellsExpand
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Micronuclei: a biological indicator of radiation damage.
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