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The micronucleus and G(2)-phase assays for human blood lymphocytes as biomarkers of individual sensitivity to ionizing radiation: Limitations imposed by intraindividual variability.

Anne Vral (UGent) , Hubert Thierens (UGent) , Ans Baeyens (UGent) and Leo De Ridder (UGent)
(2002) RADIATION RESEARCH. 157(4). p.472-477
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Vral, Anne, Hubert Thierens, Ans Baeyens, and Leo De Ridder. 2002. “The Micronucleus and G(2)-phase Assays for Human Blood Lymphocytes as Biomarkers of Individual Sensitivity to Ionizing Radiation: Limitations Imposed by Intraindividual Variability.” Radiation Research 157 (4): 472–477.
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Vral, A., Thierens, H., Baeyens, A., & De Ridder, L. (2002). The micronucleus and G(2)-phase assays for human blood lymphocytes as biomarkers of individual sensitivity to ionizing radiation: Limitations imposed by intraindividual variability. RADIATION RESEARCH, 157(4), 472–477.
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Vral A, Thierens H, Baeyens A, De Ridder L. The micronucleus and G(2)-phase assays for human blood lymphocytes as biomarkers of individual sensitivity to ionizing radiation: Limitations imposed by intraindividual variability. RADIATION RESEARCH. 2002;157(4):472–7.
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Vral, Anne, Hubert Thierens, Ans Baeyens, et al. “The Micronucleus and G(2)-phase Assays for Human Blood Lymphocytes as Biomarkers of Individual Sensitivity to Ionizing Radiation: Limitations Imposed by Intraindividual Variability.” RADIATION RESEARCH 157.4 (2002): 472–477. Print.
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  author       = {Vral, Anne and Thierens, Hubert and Baeyens, Ans and De Ridder, Leo},
  issn         = {0033-7587},
  journal      = {RADIATION RESEARCH},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {4},
  pages        = {472--477},
  title        = {The micronucleus and G(2)-phase assays for human blood lymphocytes as biomarkers of individual sensitivity to ionizing radiation: Limitations imposed by intraindividual variability.},
  volume       = {157},
  year         = {2002},
}

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