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20 Years after the Chernobyl Accident: Past, Present and Future $145.00
Editors: E. B. Burlakova (Institute for Biochemical Physics, Russia)
Book Description:
Radiobiology has made great steps forward in the last five years in the development of new mechanisms forming the basis of various radiation effects, specifically among the mechanisms of low rate irradiation by low doses. Investigations of radiation apoptosis, radiation hormesis, radioadaptive response, and by-stander effects have been intensively developed. Processes of premature aging induced by irradiation are examined.
All these questions are discussed in the present collection ”§20 Years After Chernobyl Accident ”V Past, Present and Future." The greatest part is devoted to assessments of the health of the population irradiated inhabiting the radionuclide-contaminated territories and people from other regions of the former USSR involved in the liquidation on the accident consequences.

Table of Contents:

Chapter 1 - The Significance of Cytogenetic Examination for Assessment of the Chernobyl Catastrophe Consequences; pp. 1-10
(V.A. Shevchenko, Institute of General Genetics, Russia, and G.P. Snigiryova, FSE Russian Scientific Center for Roentgenoradiology, Russia);

Chapter 2 - Somatic Mutagenesis at T-cell receptor Locus in Residents of Radionuclide Contaminated Areas of the Russian Federation as a result of the Chernobyl Accident; pp. 11-21
(I.A. Zamulaeva et al., Medical Radiological Scientific Center, Russia);

Chapter 3 - The Results of Dynamic Cytogenetic Study of Children and Teenagers Living on the Territories after Radiation-Contaminated the Chernobyl Accident; pp. 23-38
(A.V. Sevan”¦kaev et al., GU Medical Radiological Scientific Center RAMS, Russia);

Chapter 4 - The Problem of Induced Genome Instability as the Basis for Elevated Morbidity among Children Exposed by Low-Rate Radiation at Small Doses; pp. 39-54
(I.I. Suskov et al., N.I. Vavilov Institute of General Genetics, Russia);

Chapter 5 - Complex Cytogenetic Characteristics of People Suffering from the Chernobyl Accident; pp. 55-74
(I.E. Vorobtsova and A.V. Semenov, Central Research Institute of Radiology and Roentgenology, Russia);

Chapter 6 - The Questions of Health Monitoring of Children Subject to Radiation Impact; pp. 75-85
(L.S. Baleva et al., Children”¦s Scientific-Practical Centre of Radiation Protection, Russia);

Chapter 7 - Molecular-Genetic Analysis of DNA Polymorphism in Descendants of Mice Exposed to Chronic and Acute Radiation at Different Stages of Specmatogenesis; pp. 87-98
(A.E. Myazin et al., N.I. Vavilov Institute of General Genetics, Russia);

Chapter 8 - Radiation-Epidemiological Studies of Thyroid Cancer Incidence Among Children and Adolescents in the Bryansk Oblast of Russia after the Chernobyl Accident; pp. 99-118
(V.K. Ivanov et al., Medical Radiological Scientific Center, Russia);

Chapter 9 - The Health State of the Chernobyl Accident Liquidators: Immunologist”¦s Opinion 20 Years After; pp. 119-170
(I.V. Oradovskaya, State Scientific Center the Institute of Immunology, Russia);

Chapter 10 - To the 20th Anniversary of the Chernobyl Accident. Medical Consequences in Armenia; pp. 171-180
(N.M. Hovhannisyan et al., The Sector of Radiation Medicine and Burns, Republic of Armenia);

Chapter 11 - Genetic Monitoring of Natural Drosophila Populations in Radiation Contaminated Regions of Belarus; pp. 181-194
(I.B. Mosse et al. Institute of Genetics and Cytology, Belarus);

Chapter 12 - Results of Investigations Performed in the Chernobyl Accident Zone and Practical Results of the Accident Consequences Liquidation in the Agricultural Sector of the Russian Federation; pp. 195-229
(R.M. Aleksakhin, N.I. Sanzharova and N.N. Isamov-Jr., Scientific-Research Institute of Agricultural Radiology and Agroecology, Russia);

Chapter 13 - Radiation Damage of Plants in the Chernobyl Nuclear Accident Impact Zone; pp. 231-246
(D.M. Grodzinsky and I.N. Gudkov, National Agricultural University of Ukraine);

Chapter 14 - Cytogenetic Indices of English Oak (Quercus Robur L.) Seminal Progeny Subject to Radioactive Radiation in the Chernobyl Nuclear Disaster and Growing on Territories with Different Levels of Anthropogenic Contamination; pp. 247-264
(V.G. Artyukhov and V.N. Kalaev, Voronezh State University, Voronezh);

Chapter 15 - Radionuclides in Components of Aquatic Ecosystems of the Chernobyl Accident Restriction Zone; pp. 265-285
(D.I. Gudkov et al. National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine);

Chapter 16 - The Estimation of Chernobyl Accident Influence on the Natural Populations of the Black Sea Basin Hydrobionts by Cytogenetic Criteria; pp. 287-302
(V.G. Tsytsugina and G.G. Polikarpov, A.O. Kovalevsky Institute of Biology of Southern Seas, Ukraine);

Chapter 17 - Biochemical Consequences of Radioactive Contamination in the Exclusive Zone of the Chernobyl Accident in Populations of Wild Rodents; pp. 303-329
(A.G. Kudyasheva et al., Institute of Biology, Russia);

Chapter 18 - Twenty Years After the Chernobyl Accident:ƒ{ Is it Much or Not?; pp. 331-343
(I.I. Pelevina et al., N.N. Institute of Chemical Physics);


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   Pub. Date: 2007
   ISBN: 978-1-61668-645-1
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