2005 Annual Report
Table of Contents

CRR Director: Eric J Hall
Editor: Howard B Lieberman
Asst Editors: Moshe Y Friedman
                    Jinshuang Lu

 

The complete 2005 annual report can be downloaded as a PDF as can individual sections of this report from the links below The table of contents is given below

For annual reports from previous years click here

Microbeam Development Studies [PDF]

X-Ray Microbeam
Giuseppe Schettino

Tuning the Stand-Alone Microbeam at Columbia University
Guy Garty, Gregory J Ross, Alan W Bigelow, Giuseppe Schettino, Gerhard Randers-Pehrson and David J Brenner

Under-Dish Detector for the Microbeam at Columbia University
Guy Garty, Gregory J Ross, Kevin Wu, Gerhard Randers-Pehrson and David J Brenner

Isotopic Source for the Stand-Alone Microbeam
Guy Garty, Gerhard Randers-Pehrson and David J Brenner

Incorporating No-stain Imaging into the Columbia University Microbeam Endstation
Gregory J Ross, Brian Ponnaiya, Gerhard Randers-Pehrson, Alan W Bigelow and David J Brenner

Multiphoton Microscope Design for the Columbia University Microbeam II Endstation
Alan W Bigelow, Gregory J Ross, Gerhard Randers-Pehrson and David J Brenner

Bystander Studies [PDF]

Further Studies of a Low LET Radiation-Induced Bystander Effect in a 3-Dimensional Cell Cluster Model
Rudranath Persaud, Hongning Zhou, Sarah E Baker, Tom K Hei and Eric J Hall

Mechanism of Radiation-Induced Bystander Effect: Role of the Cyclooxygenase-2 Signaling Pathway
Hongning Zhou, Vladimir N Ivanov, Joseph Gillespie and Tom K Hei

Radiation Induced Genomic Instability in Bystander Cells
Hongning Zhou, Shenbing Gu and Tom K Hei

Disassociation and Re-seeding of 3-D Sliced Tissues
Giuseppe Schettino, Gary W Johnson and David J Brenner

Where Does the Bystander Effect Start?
Mykyta V Sokolov, Lubomir B Smilenov, Eric J Hall, Igor G Panyutin, William M Bonner & Olga A Sedelnikova

Isolation of RNA from Sliced 3-Dimensional Tissues
Sally A Amundson and Giuseppe Schettino

Investigation of Radiation-Induced Bystander Responses in Artificial Skin Tissues
Brian Ponnaiya, Stephen Marino and Charles R Geard

The Role of MAP Kinase Pathways in Radiation-Induced Bystander Responses
Brian Ponnaiya, Stephen Marino and Charles R Geard

Molecular Studies [PDF]

Rad9 Expression Is Aberrantly High in Human Prostate Cancer Cells
Howard B Lieberman and Aiping Zhu

Human Rad9 Binds to the p21 Promoter in Vivo
Xiaojian Wang, Kevin M Hopkins, Koon Siew Lai and Howard B Lieberman

Human Rad9 Regulates Radiation-Induced Expression of p21 and Cox-2
Aiping Zhu, Yuxin Yin, Tom K Hei and Howard B Lieberman

Histone H2AX is Phosphorylated in Mitotic Cells in the Absence of Exogenous DNA Damage
Adayabalam S Balajee and Charles R Geard

Expression of Human Drug Metabolism Genes Altered by Organophosphorous Pesticides and Estrogen of Human Breast Epithelial Cells
Gloria M Calaf, Debasish Roy, Adayabalam Balajee and Tom K Hei

Mutagenicity of Chrysotile Fibers in Primary gpt Delta Transgenic Mouse Embryo Fibroblast Cells
An Xu, Lubomir Smilenov, Peng He, Ronald Baker and Tom K Hei

MKP2: A Novel Transcription Target of p53 in Apoptosis
Wen Hong Shen, Jianli Wang, Victor Zhurkin and Yuxin Yin

Cellular Studies [PDF]

Deletion of Mouse Rad9 Leads to High Frequencies of Sister Chromatid Exchange
Kevin M Hopkins, Adayabalam S Balajee and Howard B Lieberman

Characterization of Mrad9B-/- Mouse ES Cells and Generation of Mrad9B-/- Knock-out Mice
Corinne Leloup, Aiping Zhu, Kevin M Hopkins and Howard B Lieberman

Human Chromosome 11-Encoded Antigens Expressed on AL Cells: Flow Cytometry Analysis for Detecting Mutations Induced by Arsenic and Asbestos
Michael A Partridge, SiYuan Yao, An Xu, Hongning Zhou and Tom K Hei

Cellular Responses of Lymphoblasts to 1 GeV 56Fe Particles
Sally A Amundson and Jaeyong Ahn

Regulation of the Susceptibility of Cancer Cells to Apoptosis through the Inhibition of Dynamin-2 Expression
Vladimir N Ivanov, Sangsoo Kim and Tom K Hei

Combined Treatment with COX-2 Inhibitor and Sodium Arsenite Leads to Induction of Surface Fas Ligand Expression and Fas Ligand-Mediated Apoptosis in Human Cancer Cells
Vladimir N Ivanov and Tom K Hei

Epigenetic Inactivation of the Betaig-h3 Gene in Human Cancer Cells
Genze Shao, Tom K Hei and Yongliang Zhao

Loss of Betaig-h3 Protein Is Frequent in Primary Lung Carcinoma and Related to Tumorigenic Phenotype in Lung Cancer Cells
Yongliang Zhao and Tom K Hei

Population-Based Radiology or Radiotherapy Oriented Studies [PDF]

IMRT, Protons and the Risk of Second Cancers
Eric J Hall

The Center for High-Throughput Minimally-Invasive Radiation Biodosimetry
David J Brenner and Sally A Amundson

Estimating Radiation-Induced Cancer Risks at Very Low Doses: Rationale for Using a Linear No-Threshold Approach
David J Brenner and Rainer K Sachs

The Radiological Research Accelerator Facility an NIH-Supported Resource Center [PDF]
Dir, David J Brenner, PhD, DSc; Chief Physicist, Randers-Pehrson, PhD; Mnger, Stephen A Marino, MS

The Radiation Safety Office [PDF]

 

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