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Prediction of DNA Damage and G 2 Chromosomal Radio-Sensitivity Ex-vivo in Peripheral Blood Mononuclear Cells with Label-Free Raman

@inproceedings{Meade2018PredictionOD,
  title={Prediction of DNA Damage and G 2 Chromosomal Radio-Sensitivity Ex-vivo in Peripheral Blood Mononuclear Cells with Label-Free Raman},
  author={A. Meade and A. Maguire and J. Bryant and D. Cullen and Dinesh K R Medipally and L. White and B. Mcclean and L. Shields and J. Armstrong and M. Dunne and Emma Noone and S. Bradshaw and M. Finn and M. Aoife and Shannon and O. Howe and F. Lyng},
  year={2018}
}
Purpose Liquid biopsies are a potentially rich store of biochemical information that can be linked to an individual’s response to therapeutic treatments, including radiotherapy, and which may ultimately play a role in the individualization of treatment regimens. Peripheral blood mononuclear cells (PBMCs) can be used for the biochemical profiling of the individual, but also, being living cells, can provide insights into the individuals response to ionizing radiation exposure. Material and… Expand

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