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Dalke, C. et al.: Lifetime study in mice after acute low-dose ionizing radiation: A multifactorial study with special focus on cataract risk. Radiat. Environ. Biophys. 57, 99-113 (2018)
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Oestreicher, U.* et al.: Automated scoring of dicentric chromosomes differentiates increased radiation sensitivity of young children after low dose CT exposure in vitro. Int. J. Radiat. Biol. 94, 1017-1026 (2018)
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Rosenberger, A.* et al.: Genetic modifiers of radon-induced lung cancer risk: A genome-wide interaction study in former uranium miners. Int. Arch. Occup. Environ. Health 91, 937-950 (2018)
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Hall, J.* et al.: Ionizing radiation biomarkers in epidemiological studies – An update. Mutat. Res.- Rev. Mutat. Res. 771, 59-84 (2017)
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Hauptmann, M.* et al.: Differential response and priming dose effect on the proteome of human fibroblast and stem cells induced by exposure to low doses of ionizing radiation. Radiat. Res. 185, 299-312 (2016)
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Michna, A. et al.: Natural cubic spline regression modeling followed by dynamic network reconstruction for the identification of radiation-sensitivity gene association networks from time-course transcriptome data. PLoS ONE 11:e0160791 (2016)
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Kreuzer, M.* et al.: Low-dose ionising radiation and cardiovascular diseases – strategies for molecular epidemiological studies in Europe. Mutat. Res.- Rev. Mutat. Res. 764, 90-100 (2015)
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Kunze, S. et al.: New mutation in the mouse Xpd/Ercc2 gene leads to recessive cataracts. PLoS ONE 10:e0125304 (2015)
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Hornhardt, S.* et al.: Genetic factors in individual radiation sensitivity. DNA Repair 16, 54-65 (2014)
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Maroschik, B.* et al.: Radiation-induced alterations of histone post-translational modification levels in lymphoblastoid cell lines. Radiat. Oncol. 9:15 (2014)
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Maroschik, B.* et al.: Radiation-induced alterations of histone post-translational modification levels in lymphoblastoid cell lines. Strahlenther. Onkol. 190, 81 (2014)
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Michna, A. et al.: Identification of molecular targets and signalling networks that influence sensitivity to ionising radiation. Strahlenther. Onkol. 190, 77 (2014)
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Michna, A. et al.: Identification of molecular targets and signalling networks that influence hypersensitivity to ionizing radiation. Eur. J. Cancer 50, S134 (2014)
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Bannik, K. et al.: Are mouse lens epithelial cells more sensitive to γ-irradiation than lymphocytes? Radiat. Environ. Biophys. 52, 279-286 (2013)
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Greve, B.* et al.: Evaluation of different biomarkers to predict individual radiosensitivity in an inter-laboratory comparison - lessons for future studies. PLoS ONE 7:e47185 (2012)
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Pernot, E.* et al.: Ionizing radiation biomarkers for potential use in epidemiological studies. Mutat. Res.- Rev. Mutat. Res. 751, 258-286 (2012)
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Rosenberger, A.* et al.: Heritability of radiation response in lung cancer families. Genes 3, 248-260 (2012)
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Guertler, A.* et al.: The WST survival assay: An easy and reliable method to screen radiation-sensitive individuals. Radiat. Prot. Dosim. 143, 487-490 (2011)
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Mayer, C.* et al.: A radiation-induced gene expression signature as a tool to predict acute radiotherapy-induced adverse side effects. Cancer Lett. 302, 20-28 (2011)
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Rosenberger, A.* et al.: Validation of a fully automated COMET assay: 1.75 million single cells measured over a 5 year period. DNA Repair 10, 322-337 (2011)