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Growing interest in proton and heavy ion therapy has reinvigorated research into the fundamental biological mechanisms underlying the therapeutic efficacy of charged-particle radiation. To improve our understanding of the greater biological effectiveness of high-LET radiations, we have investigated DNA double-strand breaks (DSBs) following exposure of(More)
Infrared imaging is gaining attention as a technique used in the examination of cotton fibers. This type of imaging combines spectral analysis with spatial resolution to create visual images that examine sample composition and distribution. Herein, we report on the use of an infrared instrument equipped with a reflection accessory and an array detector(More)
BACKGROUND Intensity modulated radiation therapy (IMRT) dosimetry verification is routinely conducted via integrated or individual field dosimetry using film or a matrix of detectors. Techniques and software systems are commercially available which use individual field dosimetry measurements as input into algorithms that estimate 3D patient dose(More)
Mention of a product does not constitute a warranty by the U.S. Department of Agriculture and does not imply its approval to the exclusion of other products that may also be suitable. Abstract: An investigation of the relationships among fiber linear density, tenacity, and structure is important to help cotton breeders modify varieties for enhanced fiber(More)
The Uster ® High Volume Instrument (HVI ®) is used in the U.S. to classify cotton, including cotton color. The cotton color parameters measured on the HVI are Rd (diffuse reflectance) and +b (yellow-ness). Comments from industry have indicated that some cotton bales appeared to have changed significantly in +b (yellowness) from their initial HVI color(More)
No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form Includes bibliographical references and index. The chapters provided in this publication are designed for educational and informational purposes only. The authors, members of the CyberKnife Society, as an institution, and publisher are not responsible for(More)
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