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Uncertainties in internal dose assessment: Lifetime dose assessment for three example workers occupationally exposed to uranium - Analysing the intercomparison results

Estelle Davesne, Richard Bull, Jeri Anderson, Derek Bingham, Alan Birchall, Carlo Maria Castellani, Cécile Challeton-de Vathaire, M. L. Fernandez, Martina Froning, A. Giomi, Anne Laure Lebacq, Jakub Ośko, Inés Gomez Parada, Anna Pántya, A. G. Rojas, Ana Rojo, Masa Takahashi, Kotaro Tani & Eric Blanchardon
Abstract: Recently, several epidemiological studies were interested in identifying potential health effects of incorporated radionuclides. To achieve this work, exposure of individuals was quantified in order to be compared with health status. In order to quantify the exposure of workers, the measurement of retained or excreted activity also called bioassay, must be interpreted in terms of dose. The data available for dose reconstruction are mostly bioassay analyses (mostly urine) carried out to verify the absence...

InterComparison on Internal DOSE Assessment – ICIDOSE 2017 Analysing the intercomparison results

Carlo Maria Castellani, Andor Andrasi, Augusto Giussani, Tamas Pázmándi, Gareth Roberts & George Etherington
Abstract: Internal dose assessment often requires complex processes and judgements. “Technical Recommendations for Monitoring Individuals for Occupational Intakes of Radionuclides” (TECHREC) was developed during 2014 to 2016 as a tool for internal dosimetrists. The TECHREC recommendations have been publishedin the Radiation Protection document series of the European Commission as document RP188 (EC 2018). They aim to encourage harmonisation, to present a complete account of the principles of individual monitoring and internal dosimetry, and to provide...

Assembly of Aegilops umbellulata chromosomes

Michael Abrouk, István Molnár, Mihaela Martis, Eva Hřibová, Hana Šimková, Jan Vrána, András Farkas, Szabolc Makai, Angéla Juhász, Burkhard Steuernagel, Marie Kubaláková, Klaus Mayer, Márta Molnár-Láng, Jaroslav Doležel & Jan Bartoš
We sequenced and assembled seven chromosomes of Aegilops umbellulata. The assembly with Meraculous resulted in ~ 101k - 191k scaffolds per chromosome with N50 size 2.9kb – 4.0kb. The scaffold sequences were used for development of molecular markers specific for cDNAs sequences mapped on Ae. umbellulata chromosomes Pairwise alignment of wheat cDNA-sequences and the chromosomal scaffolds of Ae. umbellulata identified candidate sequences. In order to analyze the structure and homeology of Aegilops chromosomes, forty-three mapped...

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