Clemens Adelmann

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PURPOSE The European Radiobiology Archives (ERA), together with corresponding Japanese and American databases, hold data from nearly all experimental animal radiation biology studies carried out between 1960 and 1998, involving more than 300,000 animals. The Federal Office for Radiation Protection, together with the University of Cambridge have undertaken(More)
BACKGROUND Increasingly frequent applications of opioid analgesics in neonatal intensive care require the evaluation of efficacy and side effects. PATIENTS Mechanically ventilated term neonates were consecutively enrolled. METHODS In a double-blind randomized trial 20 newborns received a continuous intravenous infusion of fentanyl (n=10) or sufentanil(More)
For financial and ethical reasons, the large-scale radiobiological animal studies conducted over the past 50 years are, to a large extent, unrepeatable experiments. It is therefore important to retain the primary data from these experiments to allow reanalysis, reinterpretation and re-evaluation of results from, for example, carcinogenicity studies, in the(More)
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