Proceedings of a Conference on Radiobiology at the Intra - Cellular Level - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9781483199016, 9781483224046

Proceedings of a Conference on Radiobiology at the Intra - Cellular Level

1st Edition

This Conference Was Made Possible by Funds from the Division of Biology and Medicine of the Atomic Energy Commission

eBook ISBN: 9781483224046
Imprint: Pergamon
Published Date: 1st January 1959
Page Count: 218
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Proceedings of a Conference on Radiobiology at the Intra-Cellular Level provides the papers presented during the first U.C.L.A. Conference on Radiobiology, held at Catalina Island in September 1957.

The compendium is comprised of research papers from a diverse group of scientists that explore the phenomena which take place in irradiated cells. The topics covered during the meeting include the radio sensitivity of the model cell; the chemical action of ionizing radiations and radiobiological effects; the sensitivity of different cells in the same organism; and the interactions between cells and tissues following radiation.

Radiobiologists, cytologists, and biophysicists will find the book very insightful.

Table of Contents


Session I Radiosensitivity of the Model Cell

Session II Radiosensitivity of the Model Cell (continued)

Session III Sensitivity of Different Cells in the Same Organism

Session IV Radiosensitivity of the Model Cell—Recovery Mechanisms

Session V Interactions Between Cells and Tissues Following Radiation

Session VI Suggestions for Future Study

Session VII Summation and Free Discussion

Additional Paper Steady State Cell Proliferation: Its Control and Relation to Radiation Injury of the Mammal



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