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The correlation between the frequency of micronuclei and specific chromosome aberrations in human lymphocytes exposed to microwave radiation in vitro.
Human whole-blood samples were exposed to continuous microwave radiation, frequency 7.7 GHz, power density 0.5, 10 and 30 mW/cm2 for 10, 30 and 60 min. A correlation between specific chromosomalExpand
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The relationship between colony-forming ability, chromosome aberrations and incidence of micronuclei in V79 Chinese hamster cells exposed to microwave radiation.
Cultured V79 Chinese hamster fibroblast cells were exposed to continuous radiation, frequency 7.7 GHz, power density 0.5 mW/cm2 for 15, 30 and 60 min. The effect of microwave radiation on cellExpand
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The effect of microwave radiation on the cell genome.
Cultured V79 Chinese hamster cells were exposed to continuous radiation, frequency 7.7 GHz, power density 30 mW/cm2 for 15, 30, and 60 min. The parameters investigated were the incorporation ofExpand
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A collaborative exercise on cytogenetic dosimetry for simulated whole and partial body accidental irradiation.
An experiment sponsored by the International Atomic Energy Agency was undertaken to compare dose estimation by cytogenetic analysis on aliquots of samples of irradiated blood sent by air toExpand
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Mutagenicity of vinyl chloride in man: comparison of chromosome aberrations with micronucleus and sister-chromatid exchange frequencies.
The mutagenic effects of vinyl chloride monomer in man were studied in the lymphocyte culture with 3 methods: the chromosome aberration assay, the micronucleus assay and the sister-chromatid exchangeExpand
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The mutagenicity of nitroaromatic drugs: effect of metronidazole after incubation in hypoxia in vitro.
The analysis of induction of chromosomal aberration after incubation of V79-379A cells with 10 mM metronidazole in aerobic and hypoxic conditions has shown that, in concordance with cytotoxic effect,Expand
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Work environment influence on cytostatics-induced genotoxicity in oncologic nurses.
The aim of the study was to point out the influence of workplace conditions on chromosomal damage incidence in nurses handling cytostatics. The study comprised two groups of 17 oncologic nurses eachExpand
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Potential genotoxic risk related to simultaneous exposure to radionuclides and cytostatics.
The aim of the study was to evaluate the genotoxic risk to medical personnel concurrently exposed to ionizing radiation and antineoplastics, using changes in their lymphocyte cell genome as aExpand
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Chromosomal analysis of Chinese hamster V79 cells exposed to multiple gamma-ray fractions: induction of adaptive response to mitomycin C.
Chinese hamster V79 cells were irradiated daily with 0.3 Gy of gamma-rays 5 times per week for 12 weeks (total 18 Gy). These cells were challenged with an additional dose of 15. Gy gamma-rays orExpand
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[Potential genotoxic effects of cytostatics in occupationally-exposed persons].
The aim of the study was to determine possible mutagenic implications of occupational exposure to cytostatic agents. Twenty-one nurses handling antineoplastic drugs and a matching control group wereExpand
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