radioprotection


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radioprotection

(ˌraɪdɪəʊprəˈtɛkʃən)
n
protection against radiation
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Noun1.radioprotection - protection against harmful effects of radiation
shelter, protection - the condition of being protected; "they were huddled together for protection"; "he enjoyed a sense of peace and protection in his new home"
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Additional studies are underway to better understand this activity and explore potential therapeutic capabilities in fields as diverse as cancer, immunological disorders, wound healing, regenerative medicine and radioprotection.
Francisco Rosales, Asadur Tchekmedyian of the gastroenterology department of the Pasteur Hospital, Alejandro Nader, representing the National Regulatory Authority in Radioprotection of Uruguay, as well as Humberto Piano the national liaison officer with the IAEA, also attended.
The data obtained in this study suggest that melatonin administration confers protection against damage inflicted by radiation when given prior to exposure to irradiation and not after, and support the contention that melatonin radioprotection is achieved by its ability as a scavenger for free radicals generated by ionizing radiation.
One of the principal mechanisms of the radiation damage is the production of free radicals and the scavenging of these free radicals by conjugation Phase II enzymes results in radioprotection.
The increase in research and development expense was due mainly to the growth in the Company's laboratory operations, preclinical and clinical activities and personnel associated with advancing the Company's radioprotection drug candidate, NEUMUNE[R] (HE2100), through development, and stock-based compensation expense related to the adoption of SFAS No.
The radioprotection project manager of the joint team is responsible for implementing the evaluation, Optimization, Controls, Monitoring and rex of pdes (projected dosimetric assessments) of records made during the integration of modifications.
INTERPRETATION & CONCLUSION: 131I can induce significant oxidant/antioxidant changes in RBCs and zinc may prove to be a candidate with great promise for radioprotection.
The earlier studies on radioprotection have shown that an agent in test (for radioprotective action) acts only at a particular dose and above which it may not be protective and can even be toxic (Thomson, 1962; Jagetia et al.
safety of installations, waste, environmental aspects and radioprotection, and safety of nuclear materials.
Contract notice: Services of internal radioprotection technical inspections irsn site of fontenay.
Namum "EAD; Preparation of a project for the radioprotection of the room and its coordination with the National Center for Radiobiology and Radiation Protection (NACRP) and the Nuclear Regulatory Agency (NRA); Dismantling of the UPS device to the old computer tomograph at MHATNP "St.