5 edition of Modification of radiosensitivity of biological systems found in the catalog.
by International Atomic Energy Agency
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This book is composed of 12 chapters that evaluate the methods of protecting macromolecules in vitro against ionizing radiation Edition: 1. The use of porphyrins and metalloporphyrins to modify the radiosensitivity of tumor and nontumor systems has been investigated intermittently in our laboratory since the early s (1, 2) Keywords Total Body Irradiation Ehrlich Ascites Tumor Cell Irradiate Tumor Oxygen Effect Ehrlich Ascites CellCited by: (2) The radiosensitivity of biological systems usually shows a steep increase in the range of very low concentrations of oxygen, already reaching a maximum when the oxygen tension is some ten times lower than in air (Fig.
(3) The time scale of the oxygen effect in simple biological systems is characteristic of fast freeradical by: Hida T, Ueda R, Takahashi Tet ensitivity and radiosensitivity of small cell lung cancer cell lines studied by a newly developed 3-(4,5-dimethylthiazoly1)-2,5- diphenyltetrazolium bromide (MTT) hybrid assay.
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RSSC BIOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF IONIZING RADIATION 08/11 B. Area Exposed There is a wide variation in the radiosensitivity of various species. Lethal doses for plants and microorganisms, for example, are usually hundreds of times larger than those for mammals.
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Author(s): International Atomic Energy Agency. Title(s): Modification of radiosensitivity of biological systems: proceedings of anadvisory group meeting on modification of radiosensitivity of biological systems/organized by the International Atomic Energy Agency.
Country of Publication: AustriaPublisher: Vienna: International Atomic Energy Agency, The radiosensitivity of biological systems is strongly affected by the system oxygenation.
On the nanoscopic scale and molecular level, this effect is considered to be strongly related to the indirect damage of radiation. Even though particle track radiolysis has been the object of several studies, still little is known about the nanoscopic impact of target oxygenation on the radical yields.
Experiments in which the radiosensitivity of cells has been studied indicate that different cells and tissues respond to x-irradiation in various ways.
Other experiments in which the radiosensitivity of cells has been altered experimentally by changing their physiological activity show that the same modifying agent does not always change the sensitivity of different types of cells and tissues.
Radiation biology. The study of the action of ionizing and nonionizing radiation on biological systems. Ionizing radiation includes highly energetic electromagnetic radiation (x-rays, gamma rays, or cosmic rays) and particulate radiation (alpha particles, beta particles, neutrons, or heavy charged ions).
Radiosensitivity and relative biological effectiveness based on a generalized target model Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Radiation Research 58(1) July with Reads. 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. In some cases, cellular radiosensitivity appears to be associated with increased cancer risk. Studies combining pedigree analysis or twin study designs with cellular radiosensitivity assays suggest that on the order of 70% of the observed variation may be due to genetic factors.Nearly all the biological materials studied have shown that, as oxygen concentration is increased from anoxia to that of air, there is a sharp, approximately threefold, increase in radiosensitivity; but sensitivity is little enhanced, if at all, with higher concentrations.Lecture Introduction to Biological dynamics: Download: Lecture Introduction to rate equations: Download: Lecture Separation of timescales in enzyme kinetics: Download: Lecture Structure and treadmilling of actins and microtubules: Download: Lecture Average length of polymers in equilibrium: Download: