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October-December 2016 | Vol 39 | Issue  4     Table ofContents  RSS Feed 
Review of the linear nonthreshold model
Badanidiyoor S Rao
Low-level radiation risk has been a controversial subject for decades. Uncertainties in the risk estimates resulting from a number of confounding factors and statistical limitations in the low-dose re...
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A methodology for evaluation of absorbed gamma dose-rate factors for radionuclides distribution in soil
Kh A Allam
After Fukushima accident, new approaches are found to be needed for the simulation of the absorbed dose-rate calculation due to different reasons; the large number of contaminated areas with different...
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Radioprotective potential of Decalepis hamiltonii: A study on gamma radiation-induced oxidative stress and toxicity in Drosophila melanogaster
Muzeer Pasha, Ganesh Sanjeev, T Shivanandappa, SR Ramesh
Radiation-induced damage to normal tissues restricts the therapeutic use of radiation in clinical application for cancer treatment and thereby limits the efficacy of the treatment. The use of chemical...
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Development of an ionization chamber-based high sensitivity detector for the measurement of radiation dose from X-ray whole body scanners
Sunil Kumar Singh, Sudesh M Tripathi, Liji Shaiju, V Sathian, Mukund S Kulkarni
Dose from X-ray-based transmission type whole-body scanner (WBS) is very small and its measurement is a regulatory requirement as recommended by ANSI/HPS N43.17-2009. Measurement of dose of the order ...
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