Accession Number : AD0617601
Title : CHROMOSOMAL DAMAGE IN HUMANS PRODUCED BY X-IRRADIATION.
Descriptive Note : Annual progress rept.,
Corporate Author : BROOKE ARMY MEDICAL CENTER FORT SAM HOUSTON TEX
Personal Author(s) : Louro,Jose M.
Report Date : 1964
Pagination or Media Count : 44
Abstract : The report covers the first year of a three year study of the effects of x-irradiation on the chromosomes of human subjects. The purpose of this study is to determine if chromosomal damage can be used as a means of estimating the amount of irradiation a person has received. The three year study is divided into three periods: I. Analysis of spontaneous chromosomal damage and aberrations occurring in normal, nonirradiated human subjects. II. Analysis of chromosomal aberrations in human subjects receiving large amounts of x-irradiation. III. Evaluation of chromosomal aberrations as a dosimeter in human subjects receiving serial x-irradiation.
Descriptors : (*CHROMOSOMES, RADIATION EFFECTS), (*RADIATION EFFECTS, CHROMOSOMES), X RAYS, ANOMALIES, LEUKOCYTES, TISSUE CULTURE CELLS, MORPHOLOGY(BIOLOGY), NUMBERS, PATHOLOGY, TEST METHODS, TABLES(DATA)
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE