[ RadSafe ] Tolerance doses

Prof. Dr.Wolfgang Doerr Wolfgang.Doerr at tu-dresden.de
Sat Apr 25 01:34:59 CDT 2009

There is even more info in the most recent (4th) edition of "Basic  
Clinical Radiobiology", edited by M. Joiner and A. van der Kogel, 2009.

Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Dörr

Strahlenbiologisches Labor
Klinik für Strahlentherapie und Radioonkologie
Medizinische Fakultät Carl Gustav Carus

Fetscherstr. 74, PF58
D-01307 Dresden
Tel 0351/458-3390
Fax 0351/458-4347

Zitat von Bjorn Cedervall <bcradsafers at hotmail.com>:

> Hi Nils,
> If I recall correctly you can find some of the recentl contexts in   
> books like "Basic Clinical Radiobiology" (G. Steel, ed.).
> There is probably also a historical context that relates to the era   
> before the threshold idea for stochastic effects was questioned (I   
> would put this at before 1950 - much inspired by the findings by H.   
> Muller in 1927). I have some old references from the period   
> 1898-1947 which I don't have available at this time of writing but   
> may come back to the topic if I find anything relevant. Perhaps you   
> should search for papers by L.S. Taylor in the late 1940:ies and   
> search for indirect references there.
> Lets hope that other Radsafers will make more comments to your question.
> Bjorn (Cedervall)
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>> From: nils_rudqvist at hotmail.com
>> To: radsafe at radlab.nl
>> Date: Fri, 24 Apr 2009 09:54:47 +0200
>> Subject: [ RadSafe ] Tolerance doses
>> Dear colleagues,
>> I am writing a review article regarding tolerance doses and   
>> biological effects from radiation (with concepts as TD, MTD, MTA,   
>> NTCP, BED etc), but i have some problems in finding the right   
>> articles. My thought was to try to collect and relate the tolerance  
>>  doses from different radiation methods, i.e. external and  
>> different  radioisotopes used for internal therapy. I have done the  
>> usual  searches but it seems to me that I either gets alot of hits  
>> or very  few.
>> Mainly, the organs of interest is kidney, liver and bone marrow. If  
>>  you have any information or know where i can find the information   
>> needed, help would be much appreciated. Data from humans, mice or   
>> rats is favorable but if you have any data that you think might   
>> help me, please contact me.
>> Thanks,
>> Nils Rudqvist (nils.rudqvist at radfys.gu.se
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