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RBE of quasi-monoenergetic 60 MeV neutron radiation for induction of dicentric chromosomes in human lymphocytes

Bibliographic reference Nolte, R. ; Muhlbradt, KH ; Meulders, Jean-Pierre ; Stephan, G ; Haney, M ; et. al. RBE of quasi-monoenergetic 60 MeV neutron radiation for induction of dicentric chromosomes in human lymphocytes. In: Radiation and Environmental Biophysics, Vol. 44, no. 3, p. 201-209 (2005)
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