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2010

Kuefner, M. A. and Grudzenski, S. and Hamann, J. and Achenbach, S. and Lell, Michael and Anderson, K. and Schwab, S. A. and Häberle, L. and Löbrich, M. and Uder, M. (2010):
Effect of CT scan protocols on x-ray-induced DNA double-strand breaks in blood lymphocytes of patients undergoing coronary CT angiography.
In: European radiology, ISSN 1432-1084,
[Online-Edition: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20625737],
[Article]

2009

Grudzenski, S. and Küfner, M. A. and Heckmann, M. B. and Uder, M. and Löbrich, M. (2009):
Contrast Medium-enhanced Radiation Damage Caused by CT Examinations.
In: Radiology, [Online-Edition: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19789225?dopt=Citation],
[Article]

Küfner, M. A. and Grudzenski, S. and Schwab, S. A. and Wiederseiner, M. and Heckmann, M. and Bautz, W. and Löbrich, M. and Uder, M. (2009):
DNA double-strand breaks and their repair in blood lymphocytes of patients undergoing angiographic procedures.
In: Investigative Radiology, pp. 440-446, 44, (8), [Online-Edition: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19448553?dopt=Citation],
[Article]

Küfner, M. A. and Grudzenski, S. and Schwab, S. A. and Azoulay, S. and Heckmann, M. and Heinrich, M. C. and Löbrich, M. and Uder, M. (2009):
X-ray-induced DNA double-strand breaks after angiographic examinations of different anatomic regions.
In: Rofo, pp. 374-380, 181, (4), [Article]

2008

Rübe, C. E. and Grudzenski, S. and Kühne, M. and Dong, X. and Rief, N. and Löbrich, M. and Rübe, C. (2008):
DNA double-strand break repair of blood lymphocytes and normal tissues analysed in a preclinical mouse model: implications for radiosensitivity testing.
In: Clinical Cancer Research, pp. 6546-6555, 14, (20), [Online-Edition: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18927295?dopt=Citation],
[Article]

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