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Azimzadeh, O. et al.: A dose-dependent perturbation in cardiac energy metabolism is linked to radiation-induced ischemic heart disease in Mayak nuclear workers. Oncotarget 8, 9067-9078 (2017)
Hall, J.* et al.: Ionizing radiation biomarkers in epidemiological studies – An update. Mutat. Res.- Rev. Mutat. Res. 771, 59-84 (2017)
Simonetto, C. et al.: A mechanistic model for atherosclerosis and its application to the cohort of Mayak workers. PLoS ONE 12:e0175386 (2017)
Rühm, W. et al.: Dose-rate effects in radiation biology and radiation protection. Ann. ICRP 45, 262-279 (2016)
Abend, M.* et al.: Association of radiation-induced genes with noncancer chronic diseases in Mayak workers occupationally exposed to prolonged radiation. Radiat. Res. 183, 249-261 (2015)
Rühm, W. et al.: Dose and dose-rate effects of ionizing radiation: A discussion in the light of radiological protection. Radiat. Environ. Biophys. 54, 379-401 (2015)
Simonetto, C. et al.: Cerebrovascular diseases in workers at Mayak PA: The difference in radiation risk between incidence and mortality. PLoS ONE 10:e0125904 (2015)
Abend, M.* et al.: Gene expression analysis in Mayak workers with prolonged occupational radiation exposure. Health Phys. 106, 664-676 (2014)
Abend, M.* et al.: Independent validation of candidate genes identified after a whole genome screening on Mayak workers exposed to prolonged occupational radiation. Radiat. Res. 182, 299-309 (2014)
Simonetto, C. et al.: Ischemic heart disease in workers at Mayak PA: Latency of incidence risk after radiation exposure. PLoS ONE 9:e96309 (2014)
Little, M.P.* et al.: Comment on "Dose-responses from multi-model inference for the non-cancer disease mortality of atomic bomb survivors" (Radiat. Environ. Biophys (2012) 51:165-178) by Schöllnberger et al. Radiat. Environ. Biophys. 52, 157-159 (2013)
Little, M.P.* et al.: Systematic review and meta-analysis of circulatory disease from exposure to low-level ionizing radiation and estimates of potential population mortality risks. Environ. Health Perspect. 120, 1503-1511 (2012)