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Development of technology for biological dosimetry -A study on the radiation and environmental safety-

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Abstract

{alpha}-amylase showed a significant increase in its activity when exposed to radiation of 0.1 Gy. However it had no relationship with radiation dose. Enzyme activities in liver tissue showed similar changes to those in serum. Among others, changes in acid phosphatase activity were highly related to radiation dose. Of acute phase proteins in serum, CRP, ceruloplasmin and haptoglobin positively responded to radiation while albumin did negatively. ELISA proved to be an efficient method to detect changes in serum protein level. Finally the measurements of changes in APRs using ELISA could provide an useful tools for biological dosimetry. (Author).
Authors:
Lee, Kang Suk; Cheon, Ki Jeong; Kim, Kook Chan; Kim, Jin Kyu; Kim, Sang Bok; Kim, In Kyu; Park, Hyo Kook [1] 
  1. Korea Atomic Energy Res. Inst., Taejon (Korea, Republic of)
Publication Date:
Jul 01, 1994
Product Type:
Technical Report
Report Number:
KAERI/RR-1318/93
Reference Number:
SCA: 550601; 560120; PA: AIX-26:010677; EDB-95:031468; SN: 95001323869
Resource Relation:
Other Information: PBD: Jul 1994
Subject:
62 RADIOLOGY AND NUCLEAR MEDICINE; 63 RADIATION, THERMAL, AND OTHER ENVIRON. POLLUTANT EFFECTS ON LIVING ORGS. AND BIOL. MAT.; RADIATION DOSES; BIOLOGICAL INDICATORS; ALBUMINS; BIOLOGICAL DOSEMETERS; BLOOD SERUM; CERULOPLASMIN; ENZYME IMMUNOASSAY; ENZYMES; HAPTOGLOBINS; PROTEINS; RADIATION MONITORING; 550601; 560120; UNSEALED RADIONUCLIDES IN DIAGNOSTICS; RADIATION EFFECTS ON BIOCHEMICALS, CELLS, AND TISSUE CULTURE
OSTI ID:
10111385
Research Organizations:
Korea Cancer Center Hospital, Seoul (Korea, Republic of)
Country of Origin:
Korea, Republic of
Language:
Korean
Other Identifying Numbers:
Other: ON: DE95612629; TRN: KR9400156010677
Availability:
OSTI; NTIS; INIS
Submitting Site:
KRN
Size:
85 p.
Announcement Date:
Jun 30, 2005

Technical Report:

Citation Formats

Lee, Kang Suk, Cheon, Ki Jeong, Kim, Kook Chan, Kim, Jin Kyu, Kim, Sang Bok, Kim, In Kyu, and Park, Hyo Kook. Development of technology for biological dosimetry -A study on the radiation and environmental safety-. Korea, Republic of: N. p., 1994. Web.
Lee, Kang Suk, Cheon, Ki Jeong, Kim, Kook Chan, Kim, Jin Kyu, Kim, Sang Bok, Kim, In Kyu, & Park, Hyo Kook. Development of technology for biological dosimetry -A study on the radiation and environmental safety-. Korea, Republic of.
Lee, Kang Suk, Cheon, Ki Jeong, Kim, Kook Chan, Kim, Jin Kyu, Kim, Sang Bok, Kim, In Kyu, and Park, Hyo Kook. 1994. "Development of technology for biological dosimetry -A study on the radiation and environmental safety-." Korea, Republic of.
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title = {Development of technology for biological dosimetry -A study on the radiation and environmental safety-}
author = {Lee, Kang Suk, Cheon, Ki Jeong, Kim, Kook Chan, Kim, Jin Kyu, Kim, Sang Bok, Kim, In Kyu, and Park, Hyo Kook}
abstractNote = {{alpha}-amylase showed a significant increase in its activity when exposed to radiation of 0.1 Gy. However it had no relationship with radiation dose. Enzyme activities in liver tissue showed similar changes to those in serum. Among others, changes in acid phosphatase activity were highly related to radiation dose. Of acute phase proteins in serum, CRP, ceruloplasmin and haptoglobin positively responded to radiation while albumin did negatively. ELISA proved to be an efficient method to detect changes in serum protein level. Finally the measurements of changes in APRs using ELISA could provide an useful tools for biological dosimetry. (Author).}
place = {Korea, Republic of}
year = {1994}
month = {Jul}
}