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KFKI general application of calibration techniques
The main activities of our institution directed to compile the scientific results achieved by other project partners and summarize the outcomes from the point of view of their possible applications. The main goal of the project was to improve the in vivo and bioassay monitorin...
Programme: FP5-EAECTP C
Record Number: 39503
Last updated on: 2010-03-08
Electronic database of information relating to the biokinetics of radionuclides after entry to the body by inhalation, ingestion or injection
The consortium collated and analysed information from the literature on experimental studies relating to the biokinetics of radioactive compounds. A wide range of radionuclides was covered, with emphasis on the actinides (e.g. uranium, plutonium), fission products (e.g. caesiu...
Programme: FP5-EAECTP C
Record Number: 44725
Last updated on: 2008-12-23
EDZ along a borehole - Insitu test at Mt Terri
The most important parameter for performance assessment to be measured in the EDZ is the axial transmissivity along tunnels, as this preferential flow path could act as a shortcut for radionuclides. All tests performed so far are designed to measure the local effect of fractu...
Programme: FP5-EAECTP C
Record Number: 43648
Last updated on: 2008-12-22
A bystander effect was found in co-cultured malignant trophoblast Jeg3 cells after 5 Gy X-rays using activation of p53 as endpoint
To study bystander effects, co-culture protocols were applied to examine the development of G2-arrest and the activation of p53 in a number of cell lines that were extensively characterized in term of their ability to establish gap juctional intercellular communication. A deta...
Programme: FP5-EAECTP C
Record Number: 44730
Last updated on: 2007-12-12
No negative bystander effects were observed for human cells (HSF) exposed to either 4.5MeV alpha particles or 10MeV protons using a microbeam
In order to study the parameter of LET and cell type on the development of bystander effects using cell survival as endpoint, we carried out experiments with primary human skin fibroblasts (HSF2). Using 4.5MeV alpha particles (LET = 100keV/µm) we were unable to measure bystand...
Programme: FP5-EAECTP C
Record Number: 44728
Last updated on: 2007-12-12
Fibre sensor injection system for capillary tubes
As part of the demonstration aspects of the SOMOS project, temperature and radiation sensing were planned using dedicated stainless steel tubes engineered and emplaced within the CORALUS tests in the HADES underground research laboratory in Belgium. Though the placement of opt...
Programme: FP5-EAECTP C
Record Number: 44724
Last updated on: 2007-12-12
Radiation sensor
[REPORT SUMMARY] Radiation sensor
Radiation sensing is performed through special doped fibres which show a first order (or even linear) increase of the radiation-induced optical attenuation around 1300 to 1500 nm when placed in a radiation field. The temperature dependence of the response is negligible in the ...
Programme: FP5-EAECTP C
Record Number: 44723
Last updated on: 2007-12-12
Cytogenetic experiments failed to detect clear evidence for a negative bystander response in human lymphocytes cultured with irradiated cells
Irradiated Go lymphocytes were fused to exponentially growing CHO cells and cultured for up to 30h. In the hybrid cells, lymphocyte PCCs were induced when CHO entered mitosis. Cells were harvested at various times after cell fusion using shake off and subsequently chromosome p...
Programme: FP5-EAECTP C
Record Number: 44729
Last updated on: 2007-12-12
Roles of telomeric chromatin in malignant transformation
Recent evidence has associated telomere instability to oncogenesis but the mechanisms and the significance for human cancers remains elusive. To explore the ability of telomere dysfunction to promote neoplastic transformation in defined human cellular systems, Eric Gilson and ...
Programme: FP5-EAECTP C
Record Number: 44390
Last updated on: 2007-08-22
Telomeres modulate radiation response in vitro and in vivo - Vegetable intake prevents excessive telomere shortening
Mouse studies in the frame of this and previous EU project have determined that telomere length modulates radiosensitivity. Thus, telomerase KO mice with short telomeres (late generation) are more sensitive that telomere KO mice with long telomeres (earlier generation KO mice)...
Programme: FP5-EAECTP C
Record Number: 44384
Last updated on: 2007-08-22
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