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Radiological protection for diagnostic examination of pregnant women
Tomoko Kusama and Katumasa Ota
PSK, a biological response modifier, modifies p53 expression, mitosis and apoptosis in X-ray irradiated mouse embryos: Possible cellular mechanism of the anti-terato-genic effect
Yukiko Kagohashi, Hiroyuki Naora, et al.
Developmental abnormalities induced by ionizing and nonionizing radiation
Minoru Inouye and Xue Zhi Sun
Measurement of DNA Damage in ICR Mouse Embryos at Preimplantation Stage Using a Comet Assay
Asako Maruyama and Tomoko Kusama
Radiation-Induced Apoptosis and Developmental Disturbance of the Brain
Radiation-induced Anomalies: Report of a Study Conducted in Chernobyl
Yukio Satow, Gennady Lazjuk, et al.
Stage Differences in Developmental Disorders in ICR Mouse Embryos Irradiated with Gamma-Rays
Tomoko Kusama and Yasunari Hasegawa
Prenatal Exposure to Atomic Radiation and Brain Damage
Masanori Otake, Hiroshi Yoshimaru, et al.
Avoidance Learning Deficits in Prenatally Gamma-Ray Irradiated Rats
Yoshitaka Tamaki, Kiyoshi Hoshino, et al.
Abnormal Cerebral Vascularity in Mice with Histogenetic Disorders of the Cerebral Cortex and Postnatal Manifestation of Hydrocephalus
Shoko Kimura, Yoshihiro Fukui, et al.
Teratogenicity of Tritium Water to Rat Embryos
Yukio Satow, Juing-Yi Lee, et al.
High Sensitivity of Fertilized Eggs to Radiation and Chemicals in Mice: Comparison with that of Germ Cells and Embryos at Organogenesis
Conotruncal Anomalies Induced in Chick Embryos by 2 MeV Neutron Radiation
Transplacental and transgenerational late effects of radiation and chemicals
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