Dependence of the Yield of DNA Double-Strand Breaks in Chinese Hamster V79-4 Cells on the Photon Energy of Ultrasoft X Rays

@inproceedings{Lara2001DependenceOT,
  title={Dependence of the Yield of DNA Double-Strand Breaks in Chinese Hamster V79-4 Cells on the Photon Energy of Ultrasoft X Rays},
  author={C. D. de Lara and M. Hill and T. Jenner and D. Papworth and P. O'Neill},
  booktitle={Radiation research},
  year={2001}
}
Abstract de Lara, C. M., Hill, M. A., Jenner, T. J., Papworth, D. and O'Neill, P. Dependence of the Yield of DNA Double-Strand Breaks in Chinese Hamster V79-4 Cells on the Photon Energy of Ultrasoft X Rays. Induction of DNA DSBs by low-LET radiations reflects clustered damage produced predominantly by low-energy, secondary electron “track ends”. Cell inactivation and induction of DSBs and their rejoining, assayed using pulsed-field gel electrophoresis, were determined in Chinese hamster V79-4… Expand
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