Advances in Radiation Biology: DNA Damage Caused by Ionizing Radiation v. 17
This volume provides a summary of current research on the effects of radiation on genetic materials. It covers such topics as the chemical consequences of radiation damage to DNA; DNA loop structure and radiation responses; and ionizing radiation damage and its early development in chromosomes.
- Hardback | 508 pages
- 165.1 x 230 x 25.4mm | 1,022g
- 01 Dec 1993
- Elsevier Science Publishing Co Inc
- Academic Press Inc
- San Diego, United States
Table of contents
LET and track structure, G. Kraft and M. Kramer; primary free radical processes in DNA, P. O'Neill and E.M. Fielden; the chemical consequences of radiation damage to DNA, D. Becker and M. Sevilla; computer simulation of initial events in the biochemical mechanisms of DNA damage, A. Chatterjee and W.R. Holley; DNA loop structure and radiation responses, J.L. Roti et al; radiation-induced damage in chromosomal DNA molecules - deduction of chromosomal DNA organization from the hydrodynamic data used to measure DNA double-strand breaks and from stereo-electron-microscopic observations, C.S. Lange et al; ionizing radiation damage and its early development in chromosomes, M.N. Conforth and J.S. Bedford.