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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2007CABAS - a freely available PC program for fitting calibration curves in chromosome aberration dosimetryWOJCIK ANDRZEJ; MOSS RAYMOND; MORAND JOSSELINArticles in Journals
2012Characterisation of a Setup for Mixed Beam Exposures of Cells to 241Am Alpha Particles and X-RaysSTAAF Elina; BREHWENS Karl; HAGHDOOST Siamak; PACHNEROVA-BRABCOVA Katerina; CZUB Joanna; BRAZIEWICZ Janusz; NIEVAART Sander; WOJCIK AndrzejArticles in Journals
2012Chromosomal aberrations in peripheral blood lymphocytes exposed to a mixed beam of low energy neutrons and gamma radiationWOJCIK Andrzej; OBE Gunter; LISOWSKA H.; CZUB Joanna; NIEVAART Sander; MOSS Raymond; HUISKAMP R.; SAUERWEIN WolfgangArticles in Journals
2007Confidence limits for Neyman type A-distributed eventsMORAND JOSSELIN; DEPERAS Joanna; URBANIK Witold; MOSS RAYMOND; HACHEM SABET; SAUERWEIN WOLFGANG; WOJCIK ANDRZEJArticles in Journals
2009Effect of Temperature During Irradiation on the Level of Micronuclei in Human Peripheral Blood Lymphocytes Exposed to X-rays and NeutronsBRZOZOWSKA Kinga; JOHANNES Christian; OBE Gunter; HENTSCHEL Reinhard; MORAND Josselin; MOSS Raymond; WITTIG Andrea; SAUERWEIN Wolfgang; LINIECKI Julien; SZUMIEL Irena, et alArticles in Journals
2012Micronuclei in human peripheral blood lymphocytes exposed to mixed beams of X-rays and alpha particlesSTAAF Elina; BREHWENS Karl; HAGHDOOST Siamak; NIEVAART Sander; PACHNEROVA-BRABCOVA Katerina; CZUB Joanna; BRAZIEWICZ Janusz; WOJCIK AndrzejArticles in Journals
2010The Yield of Radiation-Induced Micronuclei in Early and Late-Arising Binucleated Cells Depends on Radiation QualityJOHANNES Christian; DIXIUS Anne; PUST Mareike; HENTSCHEL Reinhard; BURACZEWSKA Iwona; STAAF Elina; BREHWENS Karl; HAGHDOOST Siamak; NIEVAART Sander; CZUB Joanna, et alArticles in Journals
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