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International Journal of Radiation Biology


Title Abbreviation
Int J Radiat Biol
ISSN
0955-3002
Electronic ISSN
1362-3095
Readership
Biologists, Cell Biologists, Chemists, Cytologists, Medicinal Chemists, Nuclear Medicine Physicians, Oncologists, Physicists, Radiation Oncologists, Radiologists, Ultrasound Medicine Specialists
Scope
The International Journal of Radiation Biology publishes original papers, reviews, current topic articles, technical notes/reports, and meeting reports on the effects of ionizing, UV and visible radiation, accelerated particles, electromagnetic fields, ultrasound, heat and related modalities. The focus is on the biological effects of such radiations: from radiation chemistry to the spectrum of responses of living organisms and underlying mechanisms, including genetic abnormalities, repair phenomena, cell death, dose modifying agents and tissue responses. Application of basic studies to medical uses of radiation extends the coverage to practical problems such as physical and chemical adjuvants which improve the effectiveness of radiation in cancer therapy. Assessment of the hazards of low doses of radiation is also considered.
Sponsoring Association(s)
No associations affiliated with this journal
Publisher Name
Taylor & Francis, Inc. - UK
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