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Genetical aspects of radiosensitivity

International Atomic Energy Agency. Panel on Genetical Aspects of Radiosensitivity. Proceedings

Genetical aspects of radiosensitivity

mechanisms of repair : proceedings of a panel held in Vienna, 18-22 April 1966.

by International Atomic Energy Agency. Panel on Genetical Aspects of Radiosensitivity. Proceedings

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Published by International Atomic Energy Agency in Vienna .
Written in English


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The book covers a wide aspects of radiosensitivity, use of recurrent gamma irradiation, use of colchicine for altering flower colour, screening techniques for detection and isolation of mutants, comparative cytomorphological, anatomical, palynological and biochemical analysis.5/5(1). @article{osti_, title = {ACUTE RADIOSENSITIVITY OF MICE DIFFERING IN W-GENOTYPE}, author = {Bernstein, S.E.}, abstractNote = {Evidence is presented that a difference of a single gene can alter the ability of mice to survive an exposure to a single large dose of x radiatton. The substitution of mutant alleles of the W-series for the normal w clearly decreased the radioresistance of mice.

  Reading The Genetical Theory: The author, the editor, the reviewers, Fisher's correspondents, and all more recent commentators agree that The Genetical Theory is not an easy book. Seventy years after its publication the custom is now for such a book—if such a book were to be written—to rely to a far greater extent on aids to easy assimilation. The genetical aspects of bio-assays with micro-organisms G. Pontecorvo, Analyst, , 71, DOI: /AN

Radiosensitivity is the relative susceptibility of cells, tissues, organs or organisms to the harmful effect of ionizing radiation. Cells types affected. Cells are least sensitive when in the S phase, then the G 1 phase, then the G 2 phase, and most sensitive in the M phase. This textbook covers all aspects of radiation, radiotherapy and their effects. The book, initially published in France, has been updated and expanded in this English version. It includes a thorough discussion of recent advances, such as a better understanding of the molecular basis of cellular effects and cell is a study of the mechanmism by which dose and overall.


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Genre/Form: Conference papers and proceedings Congresses: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Genetical aspects of radiosensitivity. Vienna, International Atomic Energy Agency,   The genetics of radiosensitivity for cancer in adults have been best studied in breast cancer, where a number of genes encoding proteins involved in aspects of DNA double-strand break repair and the signalling of repair have been by: 6.

The genetics of radiosensitivity for cancer in adults have been best studied in breast cancer, where a number of genes encoding proteins involved in aspects of DNA double-strand break repair and the signalling of repair have been implicated.

While the incidence of the clinically obvious radiosensitivity syndromes, which. INTRODUCTION INVESTIGATIONS on the biological effects of ionizing radiations have shown that there are varietal differences in radiosensitivity in most studied species.(1,4,6,9, la, x) These differences could indicate that the genetic constitution of a given variety has an effect on its radiosensitivity, i.e.

a genotype-dependent mechanism is involved in the damage or repair of radiation-induced damage within Cited by: 6. Material and Methods. The egg of the grasshopper, Melanoplus differentialis, was chosen as the experimental material, since the changes in its radiosensitivity at different developmental stages have been studied by Evans (9–12) Genetical aspects of radiosensitivity book because various aspects of its physiological activity have been examined by Bodine and others (3, 4, 5, 14, 30, 35, 36).

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DAVIES Wantage Research Laboratory AERE, Berks., U.K. (Received 14 February ) Abstract--A genetical control of radiation response has been detected in Lycopersicum and Melandrium species. Radiosensitivity can be assayed by chromosome breakage, somatic mutation, growth inhibition or lethality.

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Genetical aspects of radiosensitivity: mechanisms of repair; proceedings of a panel held in Vienna, April Author: International Atomic Energy Agency. • Cell and tissue radiosensitivity Radiation biology • Radiation biology is the study of the action of ionizing radiation on living organisms • The action is very complex, involving physics, chemistry, and biology – Different types of ionizing radiation – Energy absorption at the atomic and molecular level leads to biological damage.

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