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Modification of radiosensitivity ofbiological systems

proceedings of an Advisory Group Meeting on Modification of Radiosensitivity of Biological Systems, organized by the International Atomic Energy Agency and held in Vienna, 8-11 December 1975.

by Advisory Group Meeting on Modification of Radiosensitivity of Biological Systems (1975 Vienna)

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Published by InternationalAtomic Energy Agency in Vienna .
Written in English


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SeriesPanel proceedings series, ST1/PUB/446
ContributionsInternational Atomic Energy Agency.
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Open LibraryOL22379586M
ISBN 109201111762

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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) Modification of Radiosensitivity by Porphyrins: Studies of Tumors and Other Systems | SpringerLinkCited by: Catheryn M.

Yashar MD, FACR, FACRO, in Clinical Gynecologic Oncology (Ninth Edition), Radiosensitivity. Radiosensitivity is the response of the tumor to irradiation that can be measured by the extent of regression, rapidity of response, and response durability.

Radiosensitivity depends on several factors. These factors include the ability to repair damage, hypoxia, cell cycle position. Radiosensitivity. Radiosensitivity is the response of the tumor to irradiation that can be measured by the extent of regression, rapidity of response, and response durability.

Radiosensitivity depends on several factors. These factors include the ability to repair damage, hypoxia, cell. Radiosensitivity the sensitivity of biological objects to ionizing radiation. Irradiation gives rise to a variety of changes in cells and organisms. The manifestations of the changes are not always correlated.

Therefore, in evaluating radiosensitivity it is important to take into account the criterion used to characterize it. The lethal action of. Radiosensitivity and relative biological effectiveness based on a generalized target model Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Radiation Research 58(1) July with Reads.

Individual radiosensitivity: a key issue in radiation protection Individual hypersensitivity to radiation is a key cellular phenomenon at the crossroads of DNA lesions repair and signaling and cell cycle checkpoint. It is a real issue in public health since it concerns low as much as high doses of ionizing radiations and % of the population.

Fundamentals of Radiobiology presents a clear picture of the effects of radiation to living organisms. It discusses the steps leading from the absorption of energy to death or final injury.

The focus of study is the changes induced at the molecular level by absorbing Edition: 2. Radiosensitivity. Radiosensitivity is the degree of shrinkage of a tumour that occurs following radiation delivery.

It depends on multiple factors within the tumour cell line, such as the cell of origin. The variable radiosensitivity was first noted in by Bergonie and Tribondeau with experiments on rat testis.

Modulation of radiosensitivity in Chinese hamster lung fibroblasts by cisplatin Article (PDF Available) in Canadian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology 86(5) June with 35 Reads. In the postgenome era, a prediction of response to treatment could lead to better dose selection for patients in radiotherapy.

To identify a radiosensitive gene signature and elucidate related signaling pathways, four different microarray experiments were reanalyzed before radiotherapy. Radiosensitivity profiling data using clonogenic assay and gene expression profiling data from four Cited by: Radiosensitivity is the relative susceptibility of cells, tissues, organs or organisms to the harmful effect of ionizing radiation.

1 Cells types affected. 2 Cell damage classification. Tissue Reactions. Stochastic effects. Target structures. Cells types affected. Cells are least sensitive when in the S phase, then the G 1 phase. Abstract. Unlike individuals on Earth who are protected against most types of radiation by the shielding characteristics of the atmosphere and the electromagnetic field, astronauts aboard a spaceship or on the surface of the moon or another planet will receive much higher doses of Cited by: 1.

Other articles where Radiosensitivity is discussed: radiation: Effects on the cell: as cancer cells) are more radiosensitive than nondividing cells.

As noted above, a dose of 1–2 Sv is sufficient to kill the average dividing cell, whereas nondividing cells can usually withstand many times as much radiation without overt signs of injury. It is when cells attempt to divide for the. On the one hand, tumoral radiosensitivity is cancer vulnerability to radiation, which has an inverse relationship with cell survival.

Thus, radiosensitivity is determined by radiation-induced genetic damage and SF2 (survival fraction at a dose of 2Gy) is the best way to quantify it 1. There are many factors that modify radiosensitivity 1. Among. Start studying Biological Factors Affecting Radiosensitivity.

Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Pulse Radiolysis presents an in-depth discussion of the pulse radiolysis technique, one of the most important and powerful means for detecting transient and relaxation phenomena and following their behavior in irradiated systems.

The book covers the principle of pulse radiolysis, identifies various. The response of an organ and its apparent radiosensitivity varies depending on the mixture of tissues making up the organ. The latent period is the time between radiation exposure and the appearance of an effect.

The latent period is one of the prime indicators of tissue radiosensitivity. This is because early and late effects are easier to.

Cellular age and its capacity to repair sub-lethal damage are also factors. In addition, the cellular milieu can modify the probability of damage from radiation energies. The radiosensitivity of proliferating cells varies with the phase of the cell cycle. Most radiosensitive phases: G2-phase and.

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Materials and Methods. Mice. CONV-R WT FVB/N mice were purchased from Taconic Farms. C57BL/6J (B6) WT, Rag1-/- iNOS-/- and FVB/N Tie2-GFP transgenic mice were obtained from The Jackson Laboratory. Male and female FVB/N and B6 WT mice were rederived as GF and conventionalized or were colonized with one or two components of the normal gut microbiota ().Cited by: 1.

Radiobiologiia. Jan-Feb;20(1) [Radiosensitivity of the body in the irradiation of animals in an altered gaseous medium. A comparative study of the effect of breathing pure normobaric oxygen during irradiation on the radiosensitivity of hemopoietic tissue and the small intestine].Author: Vasin Mv, L'vova Ts, Antipov Vv, Davydov Bi, Koroleva Lv.

Views on emerging scientific and societal issues in Radiological Protection Individual radiosensitivity and screening and regulate the cell cycle predict the radiosensitivity –The difficulty is not test results but interpretation in term of consequences for the cell.

Low doses of gamma irradiation (10 mGy) elicit different gene sets. radiosensitivity varies with maturation and metabolism of living tissue. Law of Bergonie & Tribondeau. is an important factor in assessing potential tissue and organ damage from exposure to ionizing radiation.

LET- Linear energy transfer. tissue sensitivity based on cell level of oxygenation or hypoxia. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - Format: Paperback.

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Control Sources Ionising Radiation (HHSC Handbook) [Hughes] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Control Sources Ionising Radiation (HHSC Handbook). individual radiosensitivity Following exposure to 2 gy of γ-rays.

Individuals in this cohort of 18 healthy blood donors were first ranked in the order of increasing radiosensitivity based on the mean number of IR-induced DSBs (i.e., misrepaired or unrepaired DSBs that generated CAs) per cell following. in vitro. UNESCO – EOLSS SAMPLE CHAPTERS RADIOCHEMISTRY AND NUCLEAR CHEMISTRY – Vol.

II - Radiation Biology and Radiation Protection - György J. Köteles, Béla Kanyár, Kathleen M. Thiessen ©Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS) may alter the information about the tasks of the cell or reprogram the genetic material. Radiobiology definition is - a branch of biology dealing with the effects of radiation or radioactive materials on biological systems.

Radiotherapists are highly interested in optimizing doses especially for patients who tend to suffer from side effects of radiotherapy (RT). It seems to be helpful to identify radiosensitive individuals before RT.

Thus we examined aberrations in FISH painted chromosomes in in vitro irradiated blood samples of a group of patients suffering from breast cancer.

In parallel, a follow-up of side. “Functional” radiosensitivity depends on tissue architecture and reserve capacity. ICRP Symposium 7. Threshold dose • Maximum dose at which the effect does not occur (ICRP principle). • The lowest dose at which a statistically -significant positiveFile Size: KB.

New insights in the relative radiobiological effectiveness of proton irradiation K. Ilicic1,2, S. Combs1,2,3 and T. Schmid1,2* Abstract Background: Proton radiotherapy is a form of charged particle therapy that is preferentially applied for the treatment.

An overview on the clinical application of radiobiological modeling in radiation therapy of cancer. Int J Radiol Radiat Ther.

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It explores propagation processes and related phenomena including absorption, refraction, reflection, and scattering. and/or apoptosis by western blot and related them to intrinsic radiosensitivity (IR) in nine cell lines.

No factor had a significant correlation to IR on its own. A combination of EGFR, survivin, Bak, Smad4, and Hsp70 had the best correlation to IR (R=, p=). Additionally, we analyzed the presence of p53 mutations in the cell lines.

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Phase II/III clinical trials have demonstrated that hyperthermia combined with radiotherapy is beneficial for tumor control and survival in patients with radioresistant tumors of different types [].Based on the clinical experience, we further assessed the synergistic effect between radiotherapy and photo-thermal by: Which are the most radiosensitive cells.

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