Low dose radiation and intercellular induction of apoptosis: potential implications for the control of oncogenesis.

@article{Bauer2007LowDR,
  title={Low dose radiation and intercellular induction of apoptosis: potential implications for the control of oncogenesis.},
  author={Georg Bauer},
  journal={International journal of radiation biology},
  year={2007},
  volume={83 11-12},
  pages={873-88}
}
  • Georg Bauer
  • Published 2007 in International journal of radiation biology
PURPOSE This review is focused on the potential impact of low dose radiation effects on intercellular induction of apoptosis and the underlying reactive-oxygen species (ROS)-mediated signaling pathways. RESULTS Transformed cells are subject to ROS-mediated apoptosis induction by non-transformed cells ('intercellular induction of apoptosis') and by ROS-mediated autocrine self-destruction. Sensitivity to intercellular induction of apoptosis and autocrine self-destruction are strictly correlated… CONTINUE READING

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