BiodosEPR-2006 consensus committee report on biodosimetric methods to evaluate radiation doses at long times after exposure ☆

@inproceedings{Simon2007BiodosEPR2006CC,
  title={BiodosEPR-2006 consensus committee report on biodosimetric methods to evaluate radiation doses at long times after exposure ☆},
  author={Steven L. Simon and Ian K Bailiff and Andr{\'e} Bouville and Paolo Fattibene and Ruth A. Kleinerman and David Lloyd and Stephen W. S. McKeever and A. Romanyukha and A. V. Sevan’kaev and James D. Tucker and Albrecht Wieser},
  year={2007}
}
Abstract The requirements for biodosimetric techniques used at long times after exposure, i.e., 6 months to more than 50 years, are unique compared to the requirements for methods used for immediate dose estimation. In addition to the fundamental requirement that the assay measures a physical or biologic change that is proportional to the energy absorbed, the signal must be highly stable over time to enable reasonably precise determinations of the absorbed dose decades later. The primary uses… CONTINUE READING

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