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Mathematical analysis of genetic effects of low doses of ionizing radiation

, : Mathematical analysis of genetic effects of low doses of ionizing radiation. Radiatsionnaia Biologiia, Radioecologiia 42(6): 612-614

The comparative study of effects of low doses of radiation on peripheral blood lymphocytes of persons occupationally exposed to radiation and non-exposed ones was carried out. The main attention was paid to radio-adaptive response forming under consistent exposure to low (0.05 Gy) and damaging (2 Gy) doses of gamma-irradiation. Noticeable heterogeneity in capacity for adaptive response forming in occupational group was revealed. The mathematical model adequate to experimental material was constructed using Kohonen neuronets.


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