Serum microRNAs as Early Indicators for Estimation of Exposure Degree in Response to Ionizing Irradiation

  title={Serum microRNAs as Early Indicators for Estimation of Exposure Degree in Response to Ionizing Irradiation},
  author={W. Wei and J. He and Jufang Wang and N. Ding and Bing Wang and Sulan Lin and Xurui Zhang and Junrui Hua and H. Li and B. Hu},
  journal={Radiation Research},
  pages={342 - 354}
  • W. Wei, J. He, +7 authors B. Hu
  • Published 2017
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Radiation Research
Exposure to ionizing radiation from nuclear devices, spaceflights or terrorist attacks represents a major threat to human health and public security. After a radiological incident, noninvasive biomarkers that can facilitate rapid assessment of exposure risk in the early stages are urgently needed for optimal medical treatment. Serum microRNAs (miRNAs) are ideal biomarkers because they are stable in response to environmental changes, they are common among different species and are easily… Expand
Serum Proteins as New Biomarkers for Whole-Body Exposure to High- and Low-LET Ionizing Radiation
  • W. Wei, Hao Bai, +7 authors Heng Zhou
  • Medicine
  • Dose-response : a publication of International Hormesis Society
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