Combining epidemiology and radiobiology to assess cancer risks in the breast, lung, thyroid and digestive tract after exposures to ionizing radiation with total doses in the order of 100 mSv or below
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Combining epidemiology and radiobiology to assess cancer risks in the breast, lung, thyroid and digestive tract after exposures to ionizing radiation with total doses in the order of 100 mSv or below
Publications preceeding EpiRadBio:
•    P. Jacob, R. Meckbach, J.C. Kaiser and M. Sokolnikov, Possible expressions of radiation-induced genomic instability, bystander effects or low-dose hypersensitivity in cancer epidemiology, Mutation Research 687, 34-39 (2010).

•    M. Eidemüller, E. Holmberg, P. Jacob, M. Lundell and P. Karlsson,
Breast cancer risk among Swedish hemangioma patients and possible consequences of radiation-induced genomic instability, Mutation Research 669, 48-55 (2009).

•    J. C. Kaiser, P. Jacob, R. Meckbach, H. M. Cullings,
Breast cancer risk in atomic bomb survivors from multi-model inference with incidence data 1958–1998, Radiat Environ Biophys 51, 1–14, (2012)

•   J. Heß, G. Thomas, H. Braselmann, V. Bauer, T. Bogdanova, J. Wienberg, H. Zitzelsberger, and K. Unger,
Gain of chromosome band 7q11 in papillary thyroid carcinomas of young patients is associated with exposure to low-dose irradiation, PNAS, June 7, 2011, vol. , no. 23, 9595-9600
Publications related to EpiRadBio:
Eidemüller, M.; Holmberg, E.; Jacob, P.; Lundell, M.; Karlsson, P. Breast cancer risk after radiation treatment at infancy: Potential consequences of radiation-induced genomic instability. Radiat. Prot. Dosim. 143, 375-379 (2011)

Kundrát P, Friedland W, Jacob P. Modelling of intercellular induction of apoptosis in oncogenic transformed cells and radiation effects on the phenomenon. Radiat Prot Dosimetry. 2011 Feb;143(2-4):549-53. doi: 10.1093/rpd/ncq521.

Friedland W, Kundrát P, Jacob P. Track Structure Calculations on Hypothetical Subcellular Targets for the Release of Cell-Killing Signals in Bystander Experiment with Medium Transfer. Radiat Prot Dosimetry. 2011 Feb;143(2-4):325–29. doi:10.1093/rpd/ncq401

Kundrát P, Friedland W. Non-linear response of cells to signals leads to revised characteristics of bystander effects inferred from their modelling. Int J Radiat Biol. 2012 Oct;88(10):743-50.

Kundrát P, Friedland W. Track structure calculations on intracellular targets responsible for signal release in bystander experiments with transfer of irradiated cell-conditioned medium. Int J Radiat Biol. 2012 Jan;88(1-2):98-102. doi: 10.3109/09553002.2011.595874.

Wessel N van Wieringen , Kristian Unger , Gwenaël GR Leday , Oscar Krijgsman , Renée X de Menezes, Bauke Ylstra and Mark A van de Wiel, Matching of array CGH and gene expression microarray features for the purpose of integrative genomic analyses, BMC Bioinformatics 2012, 13:80

Saenko V.,  Ivanov V., Tsyb A., Bogdanova T.,  Tronko M., Demidchik Y.,  Yamashita S. The Chernobyl accident and its consequences Clinical Oncology – 2011. - Vol. 23, №4. – P. 234-243.

Brenner A.V., Tronko M.D, Hatch M., Bogdanova T.I., Oliynik V.A., Lubin J.H., Zablotska L.B., Tereschenko V.P., McConnell R.J., Zamotaeva G.A., O'Kane P., Bouville A.C., Chaykovskaya L.V., Greenebaum E., Paster I.P., Shpak V.M., Ron E. I-131 dose response for incident thyroid cancers in Ukraine related to the Chornobyl accident. Environ Health Perspect. 2011, Jul, 19, 7, 933-939.

Tronko M., Mabuchi M., Bogdanova T., Hatch M., Likhtarev I., Bouville A., Oliynik V., McConnell R., Shpak V., Zablotska L., Tereshchenko V., Brenner A., Zamotayeva G. Thyroid cancer in Ukraine after the Chernobyl accident (in the framework of the Ukraine-US Thyroid Project). J. Radiol. Prot, 2012, N65-N69.

Tronko M., Bogdanova T., Komisarenko I., Kovalenko A., Oliynyk V., Zurnadzhy L., Voskoboynyk L., Tereshchenko V., Markov V., Gulevaty S., Shpak V., Gulak L., Thomas G., Saenko V., Yamashita Sh. Thyroid cancer in Ukraine after the Chernobyl catastrophe: 25-year experience of follow-up. A challenge of radiation health risk management Eds: M.Nakashima, N.Takamura, K.Suzuki, S.Yamashita, Nagasaki Newspaper Publish, 2012, 239-244.

Katrin-Janine Heiliger, Julia Hess, Donata Vitagliano, Paolo Salerno, Herbert Braselmann, Giuliana Salvatore, Clara Ugolini,Isolde Summerer, Tatjana Bogdanova, Kristian Unger, Gerry Thomas, Massimo Santoro, Horst Zitzelsberger  Novel candidate genes of thyroid tumourigenesis identified in Trk-T1 transgenic mice. Endocrine Related Cancer 03/2012; 19(3):409-21.

G Dom, M Tarabichi,K  Unger,G Thomas,M Oczko-Wojciechowska, T Bogdanova, B Jarzab, J E Dumont, V Detours,C Maenhaut. A gene expression signature distinguishes normal tissues of sporadic and radiation-induced papillary thyroid carcinomas. British Journal of Cancer 07/2012; 107(6):994-1000.

I Likhtarov, G Thomas, L Kovgan, S Masiuk, M Chepurny, O Ivanova, V Gerasymenko, M Tronko, T Bogdanova, A Bouville. Reconstruction of individual thyroid doses to the ukrainian subjects enrolled in the chernobyl tissue bank. Radiation Protection Dosimetry 04/2013;

Rebecca J Leeman-Neill, Alina V Brenner, Mark P Little, Tetiana I.  Bogdanova, Maureen Hatch, Liudmyla Y. Zurnadzy, Kiyohiko Mabuchi, Mykola D. Tronko, Yuri E. Nikiforov RET/PTC and PAX8/PPARγ chromosomal rearrangements in post-Chernobyl thyroid cancer and their association with iodine-131 radiation dose and other characteristics.  Cancer 05/2013; 119(10):1792-1799.

M Abend, R M Pfeiffer, C Ruf, M Hatch, T I Bogdanova, M D Tronko,J Hartmann, V Meineke, K Mabuchi, A V Brenner. Iodine-131 dose-dependent gene expression: alterations in both normal and tumour thyroid tissues of post-Chernobyl thyroid cancers. British Journal of Cancer 09/2013;

Rebecca J Leeman-Neill, Lindsey M Kelly, Pengyuan Liu, Alina V Brenner, Mark P Little, Tetiana I Bogdanova, Viktoria N Evdokimova, Maureen Hatch, Liudmyla Y Zurnadzy, Marina N Nikiforova, Ning J Yue, Miao Zhang, Kiyohiko Mabuchi, Mykola D Tronko, Yuri E Nikiforov. ETV6-NTRK3 is a common chromosomal rearrangement in radiation-associated thyroid cancer.  Cancer 03/2014; 120(6):799-807.

Mark P Little, Alexander G Kukush, Sergii V Masiuk, Sergiy Shklyar, Raymond J Carroll, Jay H Lubin, Deukwoo Kwon, Alina V Brenner, Mykola D Tronko, Kiyohiko Mabuchi, Tetiana I Bogdanova, Maureen Hatch, Lydia B Zablotska, Valeriy P Tereshchenko, Evgenia Ostroumova, André C Bouville, Vladimir Drozdovitch, Mykola I Chepurny, Lina N Kovgan, Steven L Simon, Victor M Shpak, Ilya A Likhtarev. Impact of Uncertainties in Exposure Assessment on Estimates of Thyroid Cancer Risk among Ukrainian Children and Adolescents Exposed from the Chernobyl Accident. PLoS ONE 01/2014;9(1):e85723. http://www.plosone.org/article/info%3Adoi%2F10.1371%2Fjournal.pone.0085723

Tronko M, Bogdanova T, Saenko V, Thomas GA, Likhtarov I, Yamashita S (eds) Thyroid cancer in Ukraine after Chernobyl. Dosimetry, epidemiology, pathology, molecular biology. IN–TEX, 2014, Nagasaki.  


Tronko M., Saenko V., Shpak V., Bogdanova T., Suzuki S., Yamashita S. Age distribution of childhood thyroid cancer patients in Ukraine after Chernobyl and in Fukushima after the TEPCO Fukushima Daiichi NPP accident.  Submitted to Thyroid, April 2014.

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