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2012  
  • Gorbunov NV, Kiang JG (2012) Autophagy-Mediated Innate Defense Mechanism in Crypt Cells Responding to Impairment of Small Intestine Barrier After Total-Body Gamma-Photon Irradiation. Cell Biology Research Progress, Nova Science Pulbishers, Inc. Hauppauge, NY. E-book. ISBN: 978-1-62417-374-5 http://www.novapublishers.com.
  • Lenhart MK (ed.) Textbooks of Military Medicine—Medical Consequences of Radiological and Nuclear Weapons (2013) Falls Church, VA: TMM Publications, Borden Institute, Office of the Surgeon General, Department of the Army; and the US Army Medical Department Center and School, Fort Sam Houston, TX. ISBN: 978-0-16-091693-9.
2009  
  • AFRRI (2009) Medical Management of Radiological Casualties Handbook, Third Edition. Bethesda, MD: Armed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute. Available in 3.75- by 5.5-inch, spiral-bound version.
2006  
  • Miller A (ed.) (2006) Depleted Uranium: Properties, Uses, and Health Consequences. Boca Raton, London, New York: CRC Press, ISBN: 0849330475, 9780849330476.
2003  
  • AFRRI (2003) Medical Management of Radiological Casualties Handbook, Second Edition (PDF; 793 kb). Bethesda, MD: Armed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute.
1999  
  • AFRRI (1999) Medical Management of Radiological Casualties Handbook, First Edition. Bethesda, MD: Armed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute.
1998  
  • Ross WM, van der Schans GP, Dhermain J, Peter RU, MacVittie TJ, Seed TM (eds.) (1998) Proceedings of the Workship on Assessment, Prophylaxis, and Treatment of Ionizing Radiation Injury in Nuclear Environments. Technical Proceedings AC/234 (Panel 8) TP/16. Brussels, Belgium: NATO Headquarters (official use only).
1997  
  • Ross WM, Seed TM, Dhermain J, van der Schans GP, Peter RU, MacVittie TJ (eds.) (1997) Ionizing Radiation Injury. NATO Technical Report AC/243 (Panel 8) TR/22, Brussels, Belgium: NATO Headquarters (official use only).
  • Ross WM, Dhermain J, van der Schans GP, Peter RU, MacVittie TJ, Seed TM (1997) Assessment, Prophylaxis, and Treatment of Ionizing Radiation Injury in Nuclear Environments. Final Report, Research Study Group 23, AC/234 (Panel 8). Brussels, Belgium: NATO Headquarters.
1996  
  • MacVittie TJ, Weiss JF, Browne D (eds.) (1996) Advances in the Treatment of Radiation Injuries, Vol 94. Oxford: Pergamon Press. Available from Fulfilment Department, Elsevier Science, The Boulevard, Langford Lane, Kidlington, Oxford OX5 1GB, England.
  • Reeves GI, King GL, Jarrett D, Seed TM, Blakely WF (1998) Triage of Irradiated Personnel (PDF via DTIC). AFRRI workshop, 28–30 Sep 1996, Bethesda, MD.
1995  
  • Dubois A, King GL, Livengood DR (eds.) (1995) Radiation and the Gastrointestinal Tract. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press, Inc. Available from CRC Press, Inc., 2000 Corporate Blvd., N.W., Boca Raton, FL 33431 (1-800-272-7737). Additional description.
1992  
  • Bianchi A, Grelot L, Miller AC, King GL (eds.) (1992), Mechanisms and Control of Emesis. Colloque INSERM/John Libbey Eurotext Ltd., Paris, Vol. 223.
1991  
  • Honn KV, Marnett LJ, Nigam S, Walden TL Jr. (eds.) (1991) Eicosanoids and Other Bioactive Lipids in Cancer and Radiation Injury. Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1991.
1990
  • Browne D, Weiss JF, MacVittie TJ, Pillai MV (eds.) (1990) Treatment of Radiation Injuries. New York: Plenum Press, 1990.
  • Geacintov NE, Swenberg CE, Varma MN (eds.) (1990) Proceedings of the Electronic Processes in the Organic Condensed Phase: A Symposium in Honor of Professor Martin Pope. Molecular Crystals and Liquid Crystals, Volume 175. New York: Gordon and Breach Science Publishers, 1990.
1989
  • McCormack PD, Swenberg CE, Bucker H (eds.) (1989) Terrestrial Space Radiation and Its Biological Effects. New York: Plenum Press.
  • Walker RI, Cerveny TJ (eds.) (1989) Textbook of Military Medicine: Part 1, Volume 2, Medical Consequences of Nuclear Warfare. Falls Church, VA: TMM Publications, Office of the Surgeon General, Department of the Army.
  • Weiss JF, Simic MG (eds.) (1989) Perspectives in Radioprotection. Oxford: Pergamon Press.
1988
  • Swenberg CE, Conklin JJ (eds.) (1988) Imaging Techniques in Biology and Medicine. San Diego: Academic Press, Inc.
  • Walden TL Jr., Hughes HN (eds.) (1988) Prostaglandisn and Lipid Metabolis in Radiation Injury. New York: Plenum Press.
1987
  • Conklin JJ, Walker RI (eds.) (1987) Military Radiobiology. Orlando, FL: Academic Press, Inc.
  • Gruber D, Walker RI, MacVittie TJ, Conklin JJ (eds.) (1987) The Pathophysiology of Combined Injury and Trauma: Management of Infectious Complications in Mass Casualty Situations. Orlando, FL: Academic Press, Inc.
1985
  • Walker RI, Gruber DF, MacVittie TJ, Conklin JJ (eds.) (1985) Pathophysiology of Combined Injury and Trauma. Baltimore, MD: University Park Press.
1984
  • Damask A, Swenberg CE (1984) Medical Physics, Vol. 3: Synapse, Neuron Brain. San Diego, CA: Academic Press.
1978
  • Baum SJ, Ledney GD (1978) Experimental Hematology Today. New York: Springer-Verlag.
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2013
  • Blakely WF (2013) Recommended Approach for Use of Multi-Parameter Biodosimetry. Paper submitted for publication in the Proceedings of the 5th International REAC/TS Symposium on the Medical Basis for Radiation Accident Preparedness, D. Christensen, S. Sugarman, F. M. O’Hara, Jr. (Eds.), Oak Ridge, TN: Oak Ridge Associated Universities, pg. 33–50.
  • Blakely WF, Sandgren DJ, Levine IH, Livingston BE, Goans RE (2013) Integrated medical recording for multiple radiation bioassays. In: D. Christensen, S. Sugarman, F. M. O’Hara, Jr. (Eds.)The Medical Basis for Radiation-Accident Preparedness. Oak Ridge Associated Universities, pg. 401–404.
  • Redon CE, Nakamura AJ, Gouliaeva K, Rahman A, Blakely WF, Bonner WM (2013) g-H2AX Assay as a Biodosimeter for Ionizing-Radiation Exposure: A Study in Nonhuman Primates for Total- and Partial-Body Irradiation. In: D. Christensen, S. Sugarman, and F. M. O’Hara, and (Eds.) The Medical Basis for Radiation-Accident Preparedness. Oak Ridge, TN: Oak Ridge Associated Universities; pg. 391–396.
  • Rezvani N and Bolduc DL (2013) DNA Phosphoramidites, In: P. Wexler (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Toxicology, 3rd Edition. Amsterdam: Elsevier.
  • Rezvani N and Bolduc DL (2013) Erionites, In: P. Wexler (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Toxicology, 3rd Edition, Amsterdam: Elsevier.
  • Rezvani N and Bolduc DL (2013) International Organization of the Flavor Industry, In: P. Wexler (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Toxicology, 3rd Edition, Amsterdam: Elsevier.
  • Rezvani N and Bolduc DL (2013) Monte Carlo Analysis. In: P. Wexler (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Toxicology, 3rd Edition, Amsterdam: Elsevier.
  • Rezvani N and Bolduc DL (2013) Semustine. In: P. Wexler (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Toxicology, 3rd Edition, Amsterdam: Elsevier.
  • Rezvani N and Bolduc DL (2013) Uncertainty Factors, In: P. Wexler (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Toxicology, 3rd Edition, Amsterdam: Elsevier.
  • Schaff UY, Koh C-Y, Ossetrova NI, Blakely WF, and Sommer GJ (2013) SpinDxTM: A rapid, point-of-care biodosimetry platform that uses peripheral whole blood protein and leukocyte biomarkers. In: D. Christensen, S. Sugarman, F. and M. O’Hara (Eds.) The Medical Basis for Radiation-Accident Preparedness. Oak Ridge, TN: Oak Ridge Associated Universities;  pg. 371–374.
  • Sigal GB, Glezer E, Kenten J, Kumar S, Ossetrova NI, and Blakely WF (2013) Biomarker-based radiation-dosimetry diagnostics, In: D. Christensen, S. Sugarman, and F. M. O’Hara (Eds.) The Medical Basis for Radiation-Accident Preparedness. Oak Ridge, TN: Oak Ridge Associated Universities, pg. 375–378.
2012
  • Blakely WF (2012) Early-Phase Biological Dosimetry. In: Lenhart MK (ed.), Textbook of Military Medicine, Medical Consequences of Radiological and Nuclear Weapons. Falls Church, Virginia: Borden Institute, Office of the Surgeon General, Department of the Army: 101–125.
  • Elliott TB, and Ledney GD (2012) Therapy for Bacterial Infections following Ionizing Radiation Injury. In: Lenhart MK (ed.), Textbook of Military Medicine, Medical Consequences of Radiological and Nuclear Weapons. Falls Church, Virginia: Borden Institute, Office of the Surgeon General, Department of the Army: 83–100.
  • Gorbunov NV, Elliott TB, McDaniel DP, Lund K, Liao PJ, Zhai M, Kiang JG (2012) Up-regulation of autophagy defense mechanisms in mouse mesenchymal stromal cells in response to ionizing irradiation followed by bacterial challenge. In: Yannick Bailly (ed.) Autophagy, ISBN 980-953-307-971-9. InTech Open Access Publisher: www.intechweb.org. In press.
  • Gorbunov NV, Garrison BR, Zhai M, McDaniel DP, Ledney GD, Elliott TB, Kiang JG (2012) Autophagy-mediated defense response of mouse mesenchymal stromal cells (MSCs) to challenge with Escherichia coli. In: Cai J. (ed.) Protein Interaction/Book 1; ISBN 979-953-307-577-7. InTech Open Access Publisher: 23–44.
  • Hulet SW, Moroni M, Whitnall MH and Mioduszewski RJ (2012) The minipig in chemical, biological, and radiological research. In: McAnulty PA, Dayan AD, Ganderup NC, Hastings KL (eds.) The Minipig in Biomedical Research. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL: 533–547.
  • Kalinich JF (2012) Treatment of Internal Radionuclide Contamination. In: Lenhart MK (ed.) Textbook of Military Medicine, Medical Consequences of Radiological and Nuclear Warfare, Office of the Surgeon General, U.S. Department of the Army: 73–81.
  • Kiang JG (2012) Overview of biological effects of irradiation combined injury. Slovenia 2012. NATO-HFM-223-P5:1–18. Available from: www.cso.nato.int/abstracts.aspx (enter "Kiang" into Author(s) field and select "HFM" in the Panel/Group field, then click Search).
  • Kiang JG, Fukumoto R, Gorbunov NV (2012) Lipid peroxidation after ionizing irradiation leads to apoptosis and autophagy. In: Angel Catala (ed.) Lipid Peroxidation; ISBN 980-953-307-143-0. InTech Open Access Publisher: www.intechweb.org: 261–278.
  • Kumar KS, Kiang JG, Whitnall MH, Hauer-Jensen M (2012) Perspectives in radiological and nuclear countermeasures. In: Lenhart MK (ed.) Textbook of Military Medicine, Medical Consequences of Radiological and Nuclear Warfare, Office of the Surgeon General, U.S. Department of the Army: 239–266.
  • Madrid JP (2012) Radiological Considerations in Medical Operations. In: Lenhart MK (ed.) Textbook of Military Medicine, Medical Consequences of Radiological and Nuclear Warfare, Office of the Surgeon General, U.S. Department of the Army: 217–238.
  • Miller AC, Satyamitra M., Kulkarni S (2013) Late and Low-level Effects of Radiation. In: Lenhart MK (ed.) Textbook of Military Medicine, Medical Consequences of Radiological and Nuclear Warfare, Office of the Surgeon General, U.S. Department of the Army: 195–215.
  • Singh A, Breen PJ, Ghosh SP, Kumar KS, Varughese KI, Crooks PA, Hauer-Jensen M, and Compadre CM (2012) Structural modifications of tocotrienols to improve bioavailability. In Tocotrienols: Vitamin E beyond tocopherols, Boca Raton: CRC Press, 359–370.
  • Singh VK, Elliott TB, Mandalam R, Karsunky H, Sedello AK (2012) Myeloid progenitors mitigate radiation injury and improve intestinal integrity after whole-body irradiation. In: Proceedings of NATO RTO HFM-223 Symposium Biological Effects of Ionizing Radiation Exposure and Countermeasures: Current Status and Future Perspectives, Ljubljana, Slovenia, 1–13. Available from: www.cso.nato.int/abstracts.aspx (enter "Singh" into Author(s) field and select "HFM" in the Panel/Group field, then click Search).
  • Whitnall MH (2012) Mitigating radiation adverse effects: State of the art and challenges. In: Proceedings of NATO RTO HFM-223 Symposium Biological Effects of Ionizing Radiation Exposure and Countermeasures: Current Status and Future Perspectives, Slovenia 2012. NATO-HFM-223-P24:1–12. Available from: www.cso.nato.int/abstracts.aspx (enter "Whitnall" into Author(s) field and select "HFM" in the Panel/Group field, then click Search).
  • Whitnall MH, Cary LH, Moroni M, Ngudiankama BF, Landauer MR, Singh VK, Ghosh SP, Kulkarni S, Miller AC, Kiang JG, Satyamitra M, Srinivasan V, Xiao M (2012) United States Armed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute countermeasures program and related policy questions. In: Report from the 2011 Hirosaki University Radiation Emergency Medicine International Symposium, 117–129.
  • Woodruff CR, Alt LA, Forcino CD, Walker RI (2012) Radiological Events and Their Consequences. In: Lenhart MK (ed.) Textbook of Military Medicine, Medical Consequences of Radiological and Nuclear Warfare, Office of the Surgeon General, U.S. Department of the Army: 1–15.
2011
2010
  • Ghosh SP, Kulkarni S, Hauer-Jensen M, and Kumar KS (2010) Gamma-tocotrienol as a radiation countermeasure drug: Comparison with alpha-tocopherol. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the European Radiation Research Society, Prague, Czech Republic, August 26–29, 2009.
  • Salter CA, Sandgren DJ, Levine IH and Blakely WF (2010) New biodosimetry tools to support mental health in nuclear/radiological accidents or terrorism. In: Bartone PT, Pastel RH, Vaitkus MA (eds.) The 71F Advantage: Applying Army Research Psychology for Health and Performance Gains. National Defense University Press, Washington, DC: 357–370.
  • Satyamitra MM, Ghosh SP, and Srinivasan V (2010) Chemoprevention, Radiotherapy and Radioprotection by Tocotrienols from Palm Oil Extracts and Flavonoids Isolated from Ocimum sanctum (Tulasi). In: Herbal medicine: A cancer chemopreventive and therapeutic perspective. Jaybee brothers medical publishers (P) Ltd., New delhi, 422–438.
2009
  • Landauer MR and Srinivasan V (2009) Radioprotection by oral administration of genistein. In: Proceedings of the 37 Annual Meeting of the European Society of Radiation Biology. Editor: J. Skpoek, Medimond Medical Publications, Bologna, Italy, pages 23–28.
  • Tsen KT, Dykeman EC, Sankey OF, Wei S, Tsen D, Kiang JG (2009) Inactivation of Viruses with Femtosecond Laser Pulses. In: Adams HT (ed.), Contemporary Trends in Bacteriophage Research: Nova Science Publishers, Hauppauge, NY, pp. 151–177. ISBN: 978-1606921814.
2008
  • Elsayed NM, Gorbunov NV (2008) The Role of Free Radicals and Oxidative Stress. In: Elsayed N and Atkins J (eds.), Explosion and Blast Related Injuries, San Diego: Elsevier Academic Press, Inc., ISBN: 978-0-12-369514-7.
  • Ghosh SP, Hauer Jensen M, and Kumar KS (2008) Chemistry of tocotrienols In Tocotrienols: Vitamin E beyond tocopherols, Boca Raton: CRC Press, 85–96.
  • Gorbunov NV, Asher LV, Elsayed NM, Atkins JL (2008) Inflammatory Response in Primary Blast Injury. In: Elsayed N and Atkins J (eds.), Explosion and Blast Related Injuries, San Diego: Elsevier Academic Press, Inc., ISBN: 978-0-12-369514-7.
  • Hauer-Jensen M, Kumar KS, Wang J (2008) Intestinal Toxicity in Radiation and Combined Injury: Significance, Mechanisms, and Countermeasures. In: Larche RA (ed.), Global Terrorism Issues and Developments, Nova Science Publishers, Inc., pp. 61–100. ISBN: 978-1600219306.
  • Kumar KS, Ghosh SP, and Hauer Jensen M (2008) Gamma-tocotrienol: Potential as a countermeasure against radiological threat. In Tocotrienols: Vitamin E beyond tocopherols, Boca Raton: CRC Press, 379–398.
  • Landauer MR (2008) Radioprotection by the soy isoflavone genistein. In: R. Arora (ed.), Herbal Radiomodulators: Applications in Medicine, Homeland Defense and Space, Wallingford, England: CABI Publishing, 163–173; ISBN: 978-1845933951.
  • Pellmar TC (2008) Development of Radiation Countermeasures. In: Voeller JG (ed.), Wiley Handbook of Science and Technology for Homeland Security, John Wiley & Sons, Inc. ISBN: 978-0-471-76130-3.
  • Tsen KT, Kiang JG, Ferry DK, Lu H, Scheff WJ, Lin HW, Gwo S. Dynamics of LO phonons in InN studied by subpicosecond time-resolved Raman spectroscopy. In: Song JJ, Tsen KT, Betz M, and Elezzabi A (eds.), Ultrafast Phenomena in Semiconductors and Nanostructure Materials XII, Proc. of SPIE Vol. 6892: 689206-1–689206-12, 2008.
  • Tsen KT, Tsen S-W D, Chang C-L, Hung C-F, Wu T-C, Ramakrishna K, Mossman K, Kiang JG. Inactivation of viruses with a femtosecond laser via impulsive stimulated Raman scattering. In: Jacques SL, Roach WP, and Thomas RJ (eds.), Optical Interactions with Tissue and Cells XIX, Proc. of SPIE 6854: 68540N1–6854N10, 2008.
2007
  • Cockerham LG, Walden TL Jr., Dallas CE, Mickley GA Jr., Landauer MR (2007) Ionizing Radiation. In: Hayes AW (ed.), Principles and Methods of Toxicology, Fifth Edition, Boca Raton: CRC Press, 897–982.
  • Hauer-Jensen M, Kumar KS, Wang J (2007) Intestinal Toxicity in Radiation and Combined Injury: Significance, Mechanisms, and Countermeasures. In: Larche RA (ed.), Global Terrorism Issues and Developments, Hauppauge, New York: Nova Science Publishers, Inc., 66–100; ISBN: 1-60021-930-6.
  • Kiang JG (2007) Bioenergy Effects at the Cellular and Molecular Level. In: S. Sava (ed.) Life and Mind—In Search of Physical Basis, Trafford Publishing, Victoria BC, Canada, 117-137; ISBN: 1-4251-1090-8.
  • Whitnall MH, Pellmar TC (2007) New directions in development of pharmacological countermeasures for the acute radiation syndrome. In: Kasid UN, Notario V, Haimovitz-Friedman A, and Bar-Eli M (eds.), Reviews in Cancer Biology & Therapeutics, Kerala, India: Transworld Research Network, 193–209; ISBN: 978-81-7895-285–7.
2006
  • Jarrett DG, Blakely WF, Braley GS, Brook I, Cummings C, Dickerson WE, Francis G, Kirtland SK, Liotta PL, Miller RW, Prasanna PGS, Sedlak RG, Tsu H, Yu CE (2006) Radiological and Nuclear Terrorism. In: Foltin GL, Schonfeld DJ, Shannon MW (eds.), Pediatric Terrorism and Disaster Preparedness: A Resource for Pediatricians. AHRQ Publication Nos. 06(07)-0056 and 06(07)-0056-1, October 2006. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD.
  • Kalinich JF, McClain DE (2006) Colorimetric Determination of Uranium. In: Depleted Uranium: Properties, Uses, and Health Consequences. Boca Raton, London, New York: CRC Press, ISBN: 0849330475, 9780849330476.
  • Kumar KS, Kao T-C, and Ghosh SP (2006) Radiation Protection by Nutraceuticals: Alpha-tocopherol, European Radiation Research, Proceedings of the 35th annual meeting, Ukraine, 199–210.
  • McClain DE, Miller AC (2006) Depleted Uranium Biological Effects: Introduction and Early In Vitro and In Vivo Studies. In: Depleted Uranium: Properties, Uses, and Health Consequences. Boca Raton, London, New York: CRC Press, ISBN: 0849330475, 9780849330476.
2005
  • Desrosiers M, Coursey B, Seltzer S, Hudson L, Puhl J, Bergstrom P, Bateman F, Cooper S, Alderson D, Knudson G, Elliott T, Shoemaker M, Lowy J, Miller S, and Dunlop J (2005) Irradiation decontamination of postal mail and high-risk luggage. In: Gazsó LG and Ponta CC, eds., Radiation Inactivation of Bioterrorism Agents, NATO Science Series I, Life and Behavioural Sciences, Vol. 365, 203 pp., IOS Press, Amsterdam. [Proceedings of NATO ARW, 7–9 March 2004, Budapest, Hungary] (ISBN: 1 58603 488 X; ISSN: 1566–7693), 115–126.
  • Elliott TB, Knudson GB, Shoemaker MO, and Ledney GD (2005) Inactivation of Biological Warfare Agent Simulants by Ionizing Radiation. In: Gazsó LG and Ponta CC, eds., Radiation Inactivation of Bioterrorism Agents, NATO Science Series I, Life and Behavioural Sciences, Vol. 365, 203 pp., IOS Press, Amsterdam. [Proceedings of NATO ARW, 7–9 March 2004, Budapest, Hungary] (ISBN: 1 58603 488 X; ISSN: 1566–7693), 153–160.
  • Knudson GB, Shoemaker MO, and Elliott TB (2005) Inactivation of biological threat agents with nonionizing radiation, pp. 161–173. In: Gazsó LG and Ponta CC, eds., Radiation Inactivation of Bioterrorism Agents, NATO Science Series I, Life and Behavioural Sciences, Vol. 365,  203 pp., IOS Press, Amsterdam. [Proceedings of NATO ARW, 7–9 March 2004, Budapest, Hungary] (ISBN: 1 58603 488 X; ISSN: 1566–7693).
  • Landauer MR, Srinivasan V, Grace MB, Chang CM, Parekh V, Clarke TK and Jackson III WE (2005) Prevention of gamma radiation-induced mortality in mice by the isoflavone genistein. NATO—Proceedings of the Human Factors and Medicine Panel Research Task Group 099—Radiation Bioeffects and Countermeasures, 17, 1–11. Also published as AFRRI CD 05-2.
  • Lowy RJ (2005) Ionizing Radiation Inactivation of Medically Relevant Viruses In: Radiation Inactivation of Bioterrorism Agents, In: Gazsó LG and Ponta CC, eds., "Radiation Inactivation of Bioterrorism Agents", NATO Science Series, IOS Press, Amsterdam, Berlin, Oxford, Tokyo, Washington DC, 175-186.
  • Lowy RJ, Elliott TB, Shoemaker MO, Knudson GB, and Desrosiers MF (2005) Foreword. In: Gazsó LG and Ponta CC, eds., Radiation Inactivation of Bioterrorism Agents, NATO Science Series I, Life and Behavioural Sciences, Vol. 365, 203 pp., IOS Press, Amsterdam. [Proceedings of NATO ARW, 7–9 March 2004, Budapest, Hungary] (ISBN: 1 58603 488 X; ISSN: 1566–7693), v–vi.
2004
  • Pellmar TC (2004) Effects of radiation in combination with biological or chemical warfare agents. In: Public Protection from Nuclear, Chemical, and Biological Terrorism. Health Physics Society 2004 Summer School, Gaithersberg, MD: Health Physics Society, 627–638.
  • Pellmar TC (2004) Medical effects of ionizing radiation. In: Public Protection from Nuclear, Chemical, and Biological Terrorism. Health Physics Society 2004 Summer School, Gaithersberg, MD: Health Physics Society, 503–511.
  • Prasanna PGS, Blakely WF (2004) Premature chromosome condensation in human resting peripheral blood lymphocytes for chromosome aberration analysis using specific whole-chromosome DNA hybridization probes. In: Keohavong P, Grant SG (eds.), Methods in Molecular Biology, Molecular Toxicology Protocols, Totowa, NJ: Humana Press, 49–57.
  • Salter CA, Levine IH, Jackson WE, Prasanna PGS, Salomon K, Blakely WF. Biodosimetry tools supporting the recording of medical information during radiation casualty incidents. In: Brodsky A, Johnson RH, Jr, Goans RE (eds.), Public Protection from Nuclear, Chemical, and Biological Terrorism: Health Physics Society 2004 Summer School. Madison, WI: Medical Physics Publishing Corporation; 2004: 481-488. (ISBN 1930524234)
2003
2002
  • Blakely WF, Prasanna PGS, Miller AC (2002) Update on current and new developments in biological dose-assessment techniques. In: Ricks RC, Berger ME, O'Hara FM Jr. (eds.), The Medical Basis for Radiation-Accident Preparedness: The Clinical Care of Victims. New York/London: Parthenon Publishing: 23–32.
  • Blakely WF, van der Schans GP (2002) Biodosimetry tools supporting the recording of medical casualty incidents. In: Seed TM, Blakely WF, Knudson GB, Landauer MR, McClain DE (eds.), Proceedings of the International Conference on Low-Level Radiation Injury and Medical Countermeasures, Bethesda, MD, November 8–10, 1999.
  • Boreham DR, Mitchell REJ, Lausoontornsiri W, Sueblinvong T, Blakely WF, Prasanna PGS (2002) Preliminary risk assessment of the Thailand accident: The experience of an international collaboration. In: Ricks RC, Berger ME, O'Hara FM Jr. (eds.), The Medical Basis for Radiation-Accident Preparedness: The Clinical Care of Victims. New York/London: Parthenon Publishing: 351–352.
2001
  • Cockerham LG, Walden Jr TL, Landauer MR, Dallas CE, Mickley Jr GA (2001) Ionizing radiation. In: Hayes AW (ed.), Principles and Methods of Toxicology, Fourth Edition. Philadelphia: Taylor & Francis, 699–771.
2000
  • Blakely WF, Prasanna PGS, Miller AC, Director AE, Lofts RS (2000) Development of rapid biodosimetry capability: Use of cytogenetic and molecular biomarkers. In: Proceedings of the International Conference on Diagnosis and Treatment of Radiation Injuries
  • Pellmar TC (2000) Targets of free radical toxicity. In: Lester DS, Johannessen JN, Slikker WR, Lazarovici P (eds.), Site Specific Neurotoxicity, Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms of Toxin Action, Vol. 4, Harwood Academic Publishers.
  • Seed TM, Miller AC, Ramakrishnan N, Fritz TE (2000) Pathological consequences of chronic low daily dose gamma irradiation. In: Sato F, Yamada Y, Onodera J (eds.), Proceedings of International Symposium on Biological Effects of Low Dose Radiation. Japan: Institute for Environmental Sciences.
1999
  • Brook I, Elliott TB, Ledney GD (1999) Infection after ionizing radiation. In: Zak O, Sande M (eds.), Handbook of Animal Models of Infection. San Diego, CA: Academic Press, 17:151–161.
  • Landauer MR, King GL, Ferrell JL, Wang PS, Chap AD, Rios C, Bouhaouala SS, Harding RA, Wilhelmsen CL, Elliott TB (1999) Combined effects of ionizing radiation and Shigella sonnei on weight loss and performance decrement. In: Proceedings of the 1998 ERDEC Scientific Conference on Chemical and Biological Defense Research. Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD: Edgewood Research, Development, and Engineering Center, 395–400.
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1998
  • Blakely WF, Loats H, Prasanna PGS, Gribben SM, Roberge TD, Lloyd DG, Francis DE, Kolanko CJ, Shehata CW, Floura RS, Duffy KL, Pyle MD (1998) Automation of the dicentric assay. In: Ross WM, van der Schans GP, Dhermain J, Peter RU, MacVittie TJ, Seed TM (eds.), Proceedings of the Workshop on Assessment, Prophylaxis, and Treatment of Ionizing Radiation Injury in Nuclear Environments. Technical Proceedings AC/243 (Panel 8) TP/16. Brussels, Belgium: NATO Headquarters, 6.1–6.21 (official use only).
  • Blakely WF, Weiss JF, Bump EA (1998) Biological perspectives of radioprotection: Introduction. In: Bump EA, Malaker K (eds.), Radioprotectors: Chemical, Biological, and Clinical Perspectives. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press, 187–196.
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  • Knudson GB, Jarrett DP, Director AE, Vaishnav YN, Prasanna PGS, Blakely WF, Loats H, Smith WJ (1998) Sister chromatid exchange assay as a biomarker for exposure to chemical warfare agents. In: Summary Digest: 21st Army Science Conference, Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army, 201–202.
  • Kolanko CJ, Prasanna PGS, Nath J, Blakely WF (1998) PCR synthesis of a human pancentromeric DNA hybridization probe and detection of in situ probe hybridization using color pigment/immunostaining. In: 1995 Workshop on Assessment, Prophylaxis, and Treatment of Ionizing Radiation Injury in Nuclear Environments. Technical Proceedings AC/243 (Panel 8) TP/4. Brussels, Belgium: NATO Headquarters (official use only).
  • Landauer MR, Wang P, Whitnall MH (1998) Effects of dehydroepiandrosterone sulfate on locomotor performance of mice. In: Berg DA (ed.), Proceedings of the 1997 ERDEC Scientific Conference on Chemical and Biological Defense Research. Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD: Edgewood Research, Development, and Engineering Center, 553–557.
  • Prasanna PGS, Garner DC, Khusen AW, Loats H, Shehata CW, Gerstenberg HM, Blakely WF (1998) Chromosome aberration analysis for biological dosimetry: A real case scenario of diagnostic service supporting the U.S. Armed Forces. In: Ross WM, van der Schans GP, Dhermain J, Peter RU, MacVittie TJ, Seed TM (eds.), Proceedings of the Workshop on Assessment, Prophylaxis, and Treatment of Ionizing Radiation Injury in Nuclear Environments. Technical Proceedings AC/243 (Panel 8) TP/16. Brussels, Belgium: NATO Headquarters, 5.1–5.10 (official use only).
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1997
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  • Blakely WF, Prasanna PGS, Kolanko CJ, Pyle MD, Mosbrook DM, Loats AS, Rippeon TL, Loats H (1997) Application of the premature chromosome condensation assay in simulated partial-body radiation exposures: Evaluation of the use of an automated metaphase-finder. In: Ross WM, Kaffenberger W, Peter R (eds.), Proceedings of the Workshop on Assessment, Prophylaxis, and Treatment of Ionizing Radiation Injury in Nuclear Environments. Technical Proceedings AC/243 (Panel 8) TP/14. Brussels, Belgium: NATO Headquarters, 9.1–9.25 (official use only).
  • Blakely WF, Weiss JF, Bump EA (1997) Biological perspectives of radioprotection. Introduction, Section II. In: Bump EA, and Malaker K (eds.), Radioprotectants: Chemical, Biological, and Clinical Perspectives. Boca Raton, Boston, New York, Washington, London: CRC Press, 187–196.
  • Bogo V, Kumar KS, Baxter S, Hogan JB, Palazzolo D, Landauer MR, Clark EP, Harris AH (1997) Effects of eicosanoid radioprotectors on rat motor performance. In: Honn KV, Nigam S, Marnett LJ (eds.), Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology: Eicosanoids and Other Bioactive Lipids in Cancer, Inflammation, and Radiation Injury. New York: Plenum Press, 805–810.
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  • Landauer MR, Castro CA, Benson KA, Hogan JB, Shehata CW, Weiss JF (1997) Radiation protection and locomotor performance with a combination of a calcium antagonist and a phosphorothioate. In: Berg DA (ed.), Proceedings of the 1996 ERDEC Scientific Conference on Chemical and Biological Defense Research, U.S. Army Chemical and Biological Defense Command, 535–541.
  • Landauer MR, Weiss JF, Gunter-Smith PJ, Benson KA, Blair MD, Hogan JB, Hanson WR (1997) Behavioral and radioprotective effects of misoprostol in adrenalectomized mice. In: Honn KV, Nigam S, Marnett LJ (eds.), Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology: Eicosanoids and Other Bioactive Lipids in Cancer, Inflammation, and Radiation Injury 2. New York: Plenum Press, 799–804.
  • Miller AC, Samid D (1997) Tumor radiosensitization based on the use of inhibitors of the mevalonate pathway of cholesterol synthesis. In: Honn KV, Nigam S, Marnett LJ (eds.), Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology: Eicosanoids and Other Bioactive Lipids in Cancer, Inflammation, and Radiation Injury 2. New York: Plenum, 400B:825–830.
  • Prasanna PGS, Kolanko CJ, Rippeon TL, Loats H, Reeves GI, Blakely WF (1997) Use of the premature chromosome condensation assay for biodosimetry applications. In: Court LA, Lallemand J (eds.) L'Homme Blesse, The Proceedings. Radiological Accident: The Injured Victim. Logistic, Diagnostic, and Therapeutic Approaches in Case of Accidental Irradiation and Contamination. Le Centre de Recherche du Service de Sante des Armees, l'Institut de Protection et de Surete Nucleaire, l'Electricitie de France, 157–169.
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1996
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  • Kandasamy SB (1996) Effect of n-nitroarginine on hippocampal prostaglandin synthesis in rats. In: Moncada S, Stamler J, Gross S, Higgs EA (eds.), The Biology of Nitric Oxide, Part 5. Colchester, UK: Portland Press, 219.
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1995
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1994
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1993
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1992
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1991
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  • Neta R (1990) Radioprotection and therapy of radiation injury with cytokines. In: The Biology of Hematopoiesis. New York: Wiley-Liss, 471–478.
  • Neta R, Oppenheim JJ, Durum S (1990) The cytokine concept. In: Cohen S (ed.), The Role of Lymphokines in Immunity. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press, 29–41.
  • Neta R, Sayers T, Oppenheim JJ (1991) Relationship of tumor necrosis factor to interleukins. In: Vilcek J and Aggarwal BB (eds.), Tumor Necrosis Factor: Structure, Function and Mechanism of Action. New York: Marcel Dekker, Inc., 499–566.
  • Oppenheim JJ, Dubois CM, Neta R, Keller JR, Falk LA, Ruscetti FW (1991) Suppressive effects of transforming growth factor [3 (TGF-beta) on the expression of interleukin-1 receptors (IL-1R). In: Hojo K and Kasakura S (eds.), Proceedings of Fifth Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society of Basic Reproductive Immunology and the Japanese Society of Medical Reproductive Immunology. Takamatsu, Japan: Mure Printing Company, Limited, 33–38.
  • Sipe JD, Neta R, Ghezzi P, Numerof R (1991) The physiology of the acute phase serum amyloid A (SAA) response in mice. In: Natvig JB, Forre O, Husby G, Husebekk A, Skogen B, Sletten K, and P. Westermark P (eds.), Amyloid and Amyloidosis 1990, Proceedings of the VIth International Symposium on Amyloidosis. Dordrecht, Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 71–74.
  • Weiss JF (1991) Radioprotection using combined agent regimens. In: Proceedings of the TLG-3 Symposium on Biomedical Effects. Ottawa: Defence Research Establishment Ottawa, Department of National Defence, 1.6.2–1.6.14.
  • Whitnall MH, Perlstein RS, Mougey EH, Neta R (1991) The hypothalamo-pituitary-adrenal axis in rodents: Corticotropic releasing hormone/vasopressin coexistence and cytokine effects. In: Kvetnansky R, McCarty R, Axelrod J (eds) Stress: Neuroendocrine and Molecular Approaches. New York: Gordon and Breach Science Publishers, pp 449–456.
1990
  • Davis TA, Monroy RL, Donahue RE, MacVittie TJ (1990) GM-CSF: A regulatory molecule for NK activity in the bone marrow. In: Charles A. Dinarello, et al. (eds.) The Physiological and Pathological Effects of Cytokines. New York: Wiley-Liss, 1990, pp. 387–393.
  • Durum S, Oppenheim JJ, Neta R (1990) Immunophysiological role of interleukin-1. In: Oppenheim JJ and Shevach E (eds.), Immunophysiology: Role of Cells and Cytokines in Immunity and Inflammation. New York: Oxford University Press, 210–225.
  • Gallin EK, McKinney LC (1990) Monovalent ion transport and membrane potential changes in phagocytic leukocytes. In: Grinstein S and Rotstein O (eds.), Mechanisms of Leukocyte Activation: Current Topics in Membrane Transport, Vol. 35. New York: Academic Press, 127–152.
  • Kumar KS, Weiss JF (1990) Effect of metals on oxygen consumption by radioprotective thiols in vitro. In: E. Riklis E (ed.), Frontiers in Radiation Biology. New York: VCH Publishers, 209–215.
  • Landauer MR (1990) Characterization and modification of radiation and radioprotector induced locomotor performance decrement. Proceedings of the Technical Cooperation Program, Technical Liaison Group 3, Effects of Nuclear Weapons, Biomedical Effects. Ottawa, Canada, pp. 1,5.1–1.5.19.
  • Landauer MR, Walden TL, Jr, Davis HD (1990) Behavioral effects of radioprotective agents in mice: Combination of WR-2721 and 16,16-dimethyl prostaglandin E2. In: E. Riklis E (ed.), Frontiers in Radiation Biology. New York: VCH Publishers, 199–207.
  • Ledney GD, Madonna GS, McChesney DG, Elliott TB, and Brook I (1990) Complications of combined injury: Radiation damage and skin wound trauma in mouse models. In: Treatment of Radiation Injuries (Browne D, Weiss JF, MacVittie TJ, and Pillai MV, eds.) pp. 153–164. Plenum Press, New York. 
  • Neta R (1990) Radioprotection and therapy of radiation injury with cytokines. In: Dainiak N, Cronkite EP, McCaffrey R, and Shadduck RK (eds.), The Biology of Hematopoiesis. New York: Wiley-Liss, 471–478.
  • Neta R, Oppenheim JJ, Durum S (1990) The cytokine concept. In: Cohen S (ed.), The Role of Lymphokines in Immunity. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press, Inc., 29–41.
  • Weiss JF, Vaishnav YN, Radha E, Kumar KS (1990) Cellular antioxidant mechanisms and radioprotection. In: Uma Devi P (ed.), Recent Trends in Radiobiological Research. Jodhpur, India: Scientific Publishers, 99–123.
1989
  • Dubois A (1989) Mechanical gastrointestinal obstruction and paralytic ileus. In: Kumar D and Gustaysson S (eds.), Illustrated Guide to Gastrointestinal Motility. Chicester, England: John Wiley and Sons, Ltd., 365–382.
  • Gallin EK, McKinney LC (1989) Ionic conductances and transport mechanisms in phagocytic leukocytes. In: Hallett MB (ed.), The Cellular Biochemistry and Physiology of the Neutrophil. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press, Inc., 243–260.
  • Jacobus JP, Mattson PJ, Zeman GH (1989) Fission neutron radiation and military radiobiology research. In: Behrens JW and Carlson AD (eds.), 50 Years With Nuclear Fission. La Grange Park, IL: American Nuclear Society, 192–197.
  • Kandasamy SB, Hunt WA (1989) Ionizing radiation and thermoregulation. In: Lipmax P and Schonbaum E (eds.), Thermoregulation: Research and Clinical Applications. Basel: S. Karger, 116–119.
  • McCarthy KF, Hale ML (1989) Flow cytometry techniques in radiation research. In: McCormack PD, Swenberg CE, and Bucker H (eds.), Terrestrial Space Radiation and Its Biological Effects. New York: Plenum Press, 351–361.
  • Mickley GA, Bogo V, West B (1989) Behavioral and neurophysiological changes associated with exposure to ionizing radiation. In: Walker RI and Cerveny TJ (eds.), Textbook of Military Medicine, Part I, Vol. 2, Medical Consequences of Nuclear Warfare. Falls Church, VA: Office of the Surgeon General, Department of the Army, 105–151.
  • Mickley GA, Bogo V, Landauer MR, Mele PC (1989) Current trends in behavioral radiobiology. In: McCormack PD, Swenberg CE, and Bucker H (eds.), Terrestrial Space Radiation and Its Biological Effects. New York: Plenum Press, 517–536.
  • Neta R (1989) In vivo effects and interactions of recombinant IL-1 and TNF in radioprotection and induction of fibrinogen. In: Karger S (ed.), Tumor Necrosis Factor/Cachectin, Lvmphotoxins, and Related Cvtotoxins. Basel: H. Kirchner, 246–251.
  • Neta R (1989) The role of cytokines in radioprotection. In: Weiss JF and Simic MG (eds.), Pharmacology and Therapeutics, Vol 39. Oxford: Pergamon Press, 261–266.
  • Spring KR, Lowy RJ (1989) Characteristics of low light level television cameras. In: Taylor DL and Yeng YL (eds.), Methods in Cell Biology, Vol. 29. Fluorescent Microscopy of Living Cells in Culture. New York: Academic Press, 269–289.
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  • Weiss JF (1989) Perspectives in radioprotection. In: Chang QX and Wu DC (eds.), Radiation Biological Effects Modifiers and Treatment. Beijing: Chinese Medical Association, 167–180.
1988
  • Gallin EK, Sheehy PA (1988) Leukocyte ion channels and their functional implications. In: Synderman R, Goldstein J, Gallin G (eds.), Inflammation. Basic Principles and Clinical Correlates. New York: Raven Press, 651–664.
  • Landauer MR, Walden TL, Davis HD, Dominitz JA (1988) Alterations in locomotor activity induced by radioprotective doses of 16,16 dimethyl prostaglandin E2. In: Walden TL and Hughes HN, (eds). Prostaglandin and Lipid Metabolism in Radiation Injury, Plenum Press: New York, pp. 245–251.
  • Madonna GS, Ledney GD, Funckes DC, Ribi EE (1988) Monophosphoryl lipid A and trehalose dimycolate therapy enhances survival in sublethally irradiated mice challenged with Klebsiella pneumoniae. In: Masihi KN and Lange W (eds.), Immunomodulators and Nonspecific Host Defence Mechanisms against Microbial Infections, Advances in the Biosciences, Vol. 68. New York: Pergamon Press, 351–356.
  • Mickley GA, Bogo V, Landauer MR, and Mele PC (1988) Current trends in behavioral radiobiology. In: McCormack PD, Swenberg CE and Bucker H (eds.). Terrestrial Space Radiation and its Biological Effects, Plenum Press: New York. pp. 517–536.
  • Neta R, Oppenheim JJ (1988) Synergistic activity of IL-1 with TNF and IL-1 with CSF in radioprotection. In: Powanda MC, Oppenheim JJ, Kiuger MJ, and Dinarello CA (eds.), Monokines and Other Non-Lymphocytic Cytokines, Progress in Leukocyte Biology, Vol 8. New York: AR Liss, 359–364.
1987
  • Mickley GA (1987) Psychological phenomena associated with nuclear warfare: Potential animal models. In: Young R (ed.), Proceedings of the Defense Nuclear Agency Symposium Workshop on the Psychological Effects of Tactical Nuclear Warfare. Washington, DC: DNA-TR-87-209, Defense Nuclear Agency, 7-1 through 7-35.
1986
  • Neta R, Douches SD, Oppenheim JJ (1986) Radioprotection by Interleukin 1. In: Goldstein G, Bach JF, and Wigzal M (eds.), Immune Regulation by Characterized Polypeptides, UCLA Symposia in Molecular and Cellular Biology. New York: Alan R. Liss, Inc., 429–441.
  • Monroy R, Zeman G, Patchen ML, Darden JD, Feser CL, MacVittie TJ (1986) Reevaluation of the neutron effectiveness in the canine model. In: Proceedings of the 1985 Workshop of the Research Study Group on the Assessment of Ionizing Radiation Injury in Nuclear Warfare. Ross WM (ed.), Ottawa: Defense Research Establishment Ottawa (for NATO Research Study Group Five), 151–187.
  • Zeman GH, Devine RT (1986) Recent progress in battlefield dosimetry. In: Ross WM (ed.), Proceedings of the 1985 Workshop of the Research Study Group on the Assessment of Ionizing Radiation Injury in Nuclear Warfare. Ottawa: Defense Research Establishment Ottawa (for NATO Research Study Group Five), 103–123.
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1985
  • MacVittie TJ, Monroy RL, Patchen ML, Darden JH (1985) Acute lethality and radiosensitivity of the canine hematopoietic system to cobalt-60 gamma and mixed neutron-gamma irradiation. In: Broerse JJ, and MacVittie TJ (eds.), Response of Different Species to High Dose Total-Body Irradiation. The Netherlands: Martenus Nijhoff Publications, 113–129.
  • Mickley GA (1985) A book review of Stress-Induced Analgesia. In: Tricklebank MD, and Curzon G, Book Reviews in the Neurosciences, Vol. 68. Madison, WI: The Blors Corporation, 1–2.
  • Salvin SB, Neta R (1985) The in vivo effect of thymosin on cell mediated immunity. In: Goldstein AL (ed.), Thymic Hormones and Lymphokines. New York: Plenum Press, 439–443.
  • Weiss JF, Chretien PB (1985) Interrelationship of immune response, circulating proteins, and etiologic factors for head and neck cancer. In: Chretien PB, Johns M E, Shedd DP, Strong EW, and Ward PH (eds.), Head and Neck Cancer, Vol. I. 13. Philadelphia, PA: C. Decker, Inc., 559–563.
  • Young AL, Cockerham LG (1985) Fate of TCDD in field ecosystems: Assessment and significance for human exposures. In: Kamrin MA, and Rodgers PW (eds.), Doxins in the Environment. New York: Hemisphere Publishing Corporation, 153–171.
1984
  • Bogo V, Young RW, Hill TA, Cartledge RM, Nold J, Parker GA (1984) Neurobehavioral toxicology of petroleum- and shale-derived jet propulsion fuel No. 5 (JP5). In: MacFarland HN, et al., (eds.), Advances in Modern Environmental Toxicology, volume VI, Princeton Scientific Publishers, Princeton, 17–32.
  • Conklin JJ, MacVittie TJ, Walker RI (1984) Pathophysiology of combined injury and trauma: An overview. In: Walker RI, Gruber DF, MacVittie TJ, and Conklin JJ (eds.), The Pathophysiology of Combined Injury and Trauma. Santa Barbara, CA: Kaman-Tempo, 20–35.
  • Dubois A (1984) Effect of radiation and surgical trauma on gastrointestinal function. In: Walker RI, Gruber DF, MacVittie TJ, and Conklin JJ (eds.), The Pathophysiology of Combined Injury and Trauma. Santa Barbara, CA: Kaman-Tempo, 78–87.
  • MacVittie TJ, Monroy RL Fink M, Gruber DF, Patchen ML, Murano G, Casey L, Walker RI, Conklin JJ (1984) Canine hematopoiesis in a model of combined injury. In: Walker RI, Gruber DF, MacVittie TJ, and Conklin JJ (eds.), The Pathophysiology of Combined Injury and Trauma. Santa Barbara, CA: Kaman-Tempo, 172–195.
  • Mehm WJ, Feser CL (1984) Biological analysis of progressive toxicity of shale-derived vs. petroleum-derived fuels in rats. In: Cowser KE (ed.), Synthetic Fossil Fuel Technologies, chapter 23, Butterworth Publishers, Boston-London-Sydney-Wellington-Durban-Toronto, 491–503.
  • Murano G, MacVittie T, Conklin J, Casey L, Walker R (1984) Hemostatic changes in a canine model of combined injury. In: Walker RI, Gruber DF, MacVittie TJ, and Conklin JJ (eds.), The Pathophysiology of Combined Injury and Trauma. Santa Barbara, CA: Kaman-Tempo, 196–205.
  • Pope M, Swenberg CE (1984) Carrier generation, recombination, and transport in organic crystals. In: Ladik J, et al. (eds.), NATO Advanced Study Institute in Quantum Chemistry of Polymers: Solid State Aspects, Vol. 127. Braunlage/Harz, 137–164.
  • Pope M, Swenberg CE (1984) Electronic processes in organic crystals. In: Rabinovitch BS, Schurr JM, and Strauss HL (eds.), Annual Review of Physical Chemistry, Vol. 35. Palo Alto, CA: Annual Reviews Inc., 613–655.
  • Slaback LA Jr. (1978) Health physics aspects of 20- to 40-MeV LINAC operations. In: IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science, Vol. NS-26, Conference on the Applications of Small Accelerators in Research and Industry, November 1978. North Texas State University, Denton, TX.
  • Swenberg CE, Devine RT (1984) Energy transfer and molecular weight effects on polymer luminescence. In: J. Ladik et al. (eds.), Quantum Chemistry of Polymers—Solid State Aspects. D. Reidel Publish Company, 259–277.
  • Weiss JF, Chretien PB (1984) Acute-phase proteins and systemic immunity. In: Walker RI, Gruber DF, MacVittie TJ, and Conklin JJ (eds.), The Pathophysiology of Combined Injury and Trauma. Santa Barbara, CA: Kaman-Tempo, 253–268.
1983
  • Chretien PB, Weiss JF (1983) Clinical applications of acute phase proteins. In: Hadden JW, Chedid L, Dukor P, Spreafico F, Willoughby D (eds.), Advances in Immunopharmacology, 2. Oxford: Pergamon Press, 517–524.
  • McCreery MJ, Swenberg CE, Basso M, Conklin JJ, Hsieh JS (1983) Biologic dosimetry by assessment of radiation-induced free radicals in calcified tissues. In: Proceedings NATO Working Group Meeting on the Assessment of Injury from Ionizing Radiation in Warfare. North Atlantic Treaty Organization, RSG-5, Panel VIII Meeting. Bethesda, MD: Armed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute, 423–433.
  • Srinivasan V, Jacobs AJ, Simpson SA, Weiss JF (1983) Radioprotection by vitamin E: Effects on hepatic enzymes, delayed type hypersensitivity, and postirradiation survival of mice. In: Modulation and Mediation of Cancer by Vitamins. Basel: Karger.
1982
  • Cartledge RM (1982) Computer processing of the electroencephalogram in veterinary medicine. In: Proceedings of the Symposium on Computer Applications in Veterinary Medicine. College of Veterinary Medicine, Mississippi State University, Starkville, Mississippi, 734–755.
  • Eckelman WC, Grissom MP, Conklin JJ, Eng RR, Reba RC (1982) In vivo displacement by muscarinic acetylcholine receptor (m-AChR) binding legend. In: Fourth International Symposium on Radiopharmaceutical Chemistry. International Committee on Radiopharmaceutical Chemistry, Julich, West Germany, 19–21.
  • Eng RR, Conklin JJ, Grissom MP (1982) Red blood cell labeling with technetium-99m pre- and post-neutron irradiation. In: Nuclear Medicine and Biology (Proceedings of the Third World Congress of Nuclear Medicine and Biology). Paris: Pergamon Press, 1658.
  • Gallin EK (1982) Electrophysiological properties of macrophages and macrophage-like cells. In: Karnovsky M, and Bolis L. (eds.), Phagocytosis, Past and Future. New York: Academic Press, New York, 29–46.
  • Grissom MP, Eckelman WC, Conklin JJ, Eng RR (1982) Tritiated (-) quinuclidinyl benzilate displacement studies in rats: Muscarinic agents. In: Nuclear Medicine and Biology (Proceedings of the Third World Congress of Nuclear Medicine and Biology). Paris: Pergamon Press, 3247.
  • Grissom MP, Eng RR, Corral ME, Conklin JJ, Eckelman WC, Durakovic A, Reba RC, Links JM (1982). Imaging characteristics of (p,2n) and (p,5n) produced iodine-123. In: Scientific Exhibits for the 29th Annual Meeting of the Society of Nuclear Medicine. Society of Nuclear Medicine, 9.
  • Patchen ML, MacVittie TJ (1982) Use of glucan to enhance hemopoietic recovery after exposure to cobalt-60 irradiation. In: Norman SJ, and Sorkin E (eds.), Macrophages and Natural Killer Cells. New York: Plenum Publishing Company, 267–272.
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1979
  • Baum SJ (1979) The hematology of macrophage-granulocyte precursor cell populations. In: Experimental Hematology Today 1979, New York-Heidelberg-Berlin: Springer-Verlag, 41–44.
  • Hunt WA (1979) Effects of acute and chronic administration of ethanol on cyclic nucleotides and related systems. In: E. Majchrowicz and EP Noble (eds.), Biochemistry and Pharmacology of Ethanol, Volume 2, Plenum Publishing Corporation, 121–133.
  • Hunt WA, Majchrowicz E (1979) Alterations in neurotransmitter function after acute and chronic treatment with ethanol. In: E. Majchrowicz and EP Noble (eds.), Biochemistry and Pharmacology of Ethanol, Volume 2, Plenum Publishing Corporation, 167–185.
  • Johnson JD (1979) Development of a tactical dosimetry system. In: Proceedings of the 1979 Workshop of the Research Study Group on the Assessment of Ionizing Radiation Injury in Nuclear Warfare. Brussels: North Atlantic Treaty Organization, 35–44.
  • MacVittie TJ (1979) Alterations induced in murine hemopoietic stem cells following a single injection of Corynebacterium parvum. In: Baum SJ, and Ledney GD (eds.), Experimental Hematology Today. New York: Springer-Verlag Inc., 3–10.
  • Walker RI (1979) Hematologic contributions to increases in resistance or sensitivity to endotoxin. In: Baum SJ, and Ledney GD (eds.), Experimental Hematology Today 1979. New York: Springer-Verlag Inc., 55–62.
  • Weiss JF, Morantz RA, Meeker WR Jr., Bradley WP, Baskies AM, Ommaya AK, Chretien PB (1979). Serum glycoproteins in patients with brain tumors: Relation to tumor presence and immune status. In: Paoletti P, Walker MD, Butti G, Knerich R, (eds.), Multidisciplinary Aspects of Brain Tumor Therapy. Elsevier/North-Holland Biomedical Press 123–134.
1978
  • Bradley WP, Evans AS, Weiss JF, Alexander JC Jr., Silverman NA, Chretien PB (1978) Serum glycoprotein carbohydrates and solid malignancies. In: Nieburgs HE (ed.), Marcel Dekker, New York, 223–234. Proceedings of Third International Symposium on Detection and Prevention of Cancer, Part II, Vol. I.
  • Carpenter DO, McCreery MJ, Woodbury CM, Yarowsky PJ (1978) Modulation of endogenous discharge in neuron R15 through specific receptors for several neuro-transmitters. In: Chalazonitis N, Boisson M (eds.), Abnormal Neuronal Discharges. New York: Raven Press, 189–203.
  • French JE, Grissom MP, Jemionek JF, Contreras TJ, Flor WJ (1978) Ultrastructural analysis of preserved dog granulocytes. In: Baum SJ and Ledney GD (eds.), Experimental Hematology Today. New York: Springer-Verlag, 231–242.
  • Gallin JI, Gallin EK, Malech HL, Cramer EB (1978) Structural and ionic events during leukocyte chemotaxis. In: Gallin JI and Quie PG (eds.), Leukocyte Chemotaxis: Methods, Physiology and Clinical Implications. New York: Raven Press, 123–141.
  • Goldberg ME, Robinson DL (1978) Visual system: superior colliculus. In: R. Bruce Masterton (ed.), Handbook of Behavioral Neurobiology, Volume 1, Plenum Publishing Corporation, 119–164.
  • Goldberg ME, Robinson DL (1978) Visual mechanisms underlying gaze: Function of the cerebral cortex. In: Baker R and Berthoz A (eds.), Control of Gaze by Brainstem Neurons, Developments in Neuroscience, Vol. I. Amsterdam: Elsevier/North-Holland Biomedical Press, 469–476.
  • Ledney GD, MacVittie TJ, Stewart DA, Parker GA (1978) Colony-forming cells in the thymus and mesenteric lymph nodes of mice engrafted with Lewis lung carcinoma cells. In: Baum SJ and Ledney GD (eds.), Experimental Hematology Today. New York: Springer-Verlag, 73–84.
  • Majchrowicz E, Hunt WA, Lahti RA, Ogata M, Karoum F (1978) The metabolism of biogenic amines in experimental animals and in human subjects during acute and chronic administration of ethanol. In: Gross MM (ed.), Alcohol Intoxication and Withdrawal. New York: Plenum Press, 539–546.
  • Ransohoff J, Weiss J (1978) Cerebrospinal fluid sterois in the evaluation of patients with gliomas. In: Modern Concepts in Brain Tumor Therapy: Laboratory and Clinical Investigations. Bethesda, MD: Monograph 46, National Cancer Institute, 119–124.
  • Robinson DL, Goldberg ME (1978) Visual mechanisms underlying gaze: Function of the superior colliculus. In: Baker R and Berthoz A (eds.), Control of Gaze by Brainstem Neurons, Developments in Neuroscience, Vol. I. Amsterdam: Elsevier/North-Holland Biomedical Press, 445-451.
  • Walker RI, Snyder SL (1978) Endotoxemia in irradiated mice. In: Rosenberg P (ed.), Toxins: Animal, Plant and Microbial. New York: Pergamon Press, 933–946.
1977
  • Baum SJ (1977) Negative and positive feedback control of the committed granulocytic stem cell compartment. In: Baum SJ and Ledney GD (eds.), Experimental Hematology Today. Springer-Verlag, New York, 127–134.
  • Goldberg ME, Robinson DL (1977) Visual mechanisms underlying gaze: function of the cerebral cortex. In: Baker and Berthoz, Control of Gaze by Brain Stem Neurons, Developments in Neuroscience, Volume 1, Elsevier/North-Holland Biomedical Press, 469–476.
  • McCarthy KF (1977) In vivo colony forming unit population sizes in hypertransfused S1/S1d mice. In: Baum SJ and Ledney GD (eds.), Experimental Hematology Today. Springer-Verlag, New York, 81–85.
  • MacVittie TJ, Weatherly TL (1977) Characteristics of the in vitro monocyte-macrophage colony-forming cells detected within mouse thymus and lymph nodes. In: Baum SJ and Ledney GD (eds.), Experimental Hematology Today. Springer-Verlag, New York, 147–156.
  • Robinson DL, Goldberg ME (1977) Visual mechanisms underlying gaze: Function of the superior colliculus. In: Baker and Berthoz (eds.), Control of Gaze by Brain Stem Neurons, Developments in Neuroscience, Volume I. Elsevier/North-Holland Press, 445–451.
1976
  • Parmentier J, Carpenter D (1976) Blocking action of snake venom neurotoxins at receptor sites to putative central nervous system transmitters. In: Ohaska A, Hayashi K, Sawai Y (eds.), Animal, Plant, and Microbial Toxins, Vol. 2. London: Plenum Press, 179–191.
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