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Journal Articles, 1961-1969

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  1. Arras JM (1969) An empirical build-up formula. Health Physics, 17(5):738.
  2. Baum SJ, Wyant DE, Vagher JP (1969) Comparative hematopoietic cytokinetics in X-ray or gamma-neutron irradiated rats. American Journal of Physiology, 216(3):582–588.
  3. Brennan JT (1969) Fast neutrons for radiation therapy. Radiologic Clinics of North America, 7(2):365–374.
  4. Catravas GN (1969) Effect of X-rays and 60Co gamma rays on the liver enzyme system responsible for fatty acid synthesis. Radiation Research, 40(3):512–519.
  5. Cramer MB, Turbyfill CL, Dewes WA (1969) Serum chemistry values for the beagle. American Journal of Veterinary Research, 30(7):1183–1186.
  6. Davis LW, Brown JA, Strike TA (1969) Is the spectral absorption of indocyanine green altered by radiation? American Heart Journal, 78(1):140–141.
  7. Davis LW, Strike TA (1969) Drug toxicity in mice exposed to mixed gamma-neutron radiations. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine, 130(3):788–792.
  8. Duerst RW, Baum SJ, Kokoszka GF (1969) Exchange coupling in two dimeric copper adenine complexes. Nature, 222(5194):665–666.
  9. Edie RN, Brennan JT Jr. (1969) Colonic hemorrhage from arteriovenous anastomosis. Report of a case. Archives of Surgery, 99(5):674–675.
  10. Kagnoff MF (1969) Reduced platelet adhesiveness after whole-body x-irradiation. International Journal of Radiation Biology, 15(6):1057–1063.
  11. Kagnoff MF, Kivy-Rosenberg E (1969) In vitro contractions of rat jejunum following whole-body x-irradiation or drugs. American Journal of Physiology, 216(5):1057–1063.
  12. Kivy-Rosenberg E (1969) Krebs cycle dehydrogenase systems activity in the gastrointestinal tract of rats after whole-body ionizing irradiation. Radiation Research, 40(2):317–329.
  13. Leonard BE (1969) Space-time reactivity effects in a pulse reactor. Transactions of the American Nuclear Society, 12(1):237–238.
  14. Leonard BE (1969) The effect of delayed neutrons on self-limiting reactor excursions. Transactions of the American Nuclear Society, 12(1):296–298.
  15. Leonard BE, Hughes DA (1969) Measurement of the transient control rod motion and its effect on the AFRRI-TRIGA reactor pulse. Nuclear Instruments and Methods, 69(1):157–162.
  16. Leonard BE, McManaman VL, Lusk JA, Verrelli DM (1969) Tissue-equivalent kerma variation during and after a reactor excursion. Transactions of the American Nuclear Society, 12(2):934–935.
  17. O'Kunewick JP, Hartley KM, Darden J (1969) Comparison of radiation sensitivity, endogenous colony formation, and erythropoietin response following prolonged hypoxia exposure. Radiation Research, 38(3):530–543.
  18. Rene AA, Darden JH, Baum SJ (1969) Bone marrow cellularity in postirradiated rats. Growth, 33:89–98.
  19. Skidmore WD, McHale CG (1969) Fluorescence of serum and urine from rats exposed to mixed gamma-neutron radiations. Radiation Research, 38(2):357–364.
  20. Skidmore WD, McHale CG (1969) Deoxypyrimidinuria and lymphocytopenia as indicators of absorbed radiation dose in rats. Radiation Research, 40(1):124–132.
  21. Strike TA, Seigneur LJ (1969) Acute mortality of chinchillas exposed to mixed gamma-neutron radiations or 250-kVp x-rays. Radiation Research, 38(2):414–424.
  22. Thorp JW (1969) Head shielding protection for beagles exposed to supralethal doses of pulsed mixed gamma-neutron radiations. Aerospace Medicine, 49(7):759–761.
  23. Turbyfill CL, Chang MC (1969) Effects of x-irradiation of immature hamsters on growth and development of gonads. Anatomical Record, 163(3):353–358.
  1. Bowen IG, Fletcher ER, Richmond DR, Hirsch FG, White CS (1968) Biophysical mechanisms and scaling procedures applicable in assessing responses of the thorax energized by air-blast overpressures or by nonpenetrating missiles. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 152(1):122–146.
  2. Davis LW, Brown JA, Strike TA (1968) Effectiveness of hypoglycemic agents in guinea pigs exposed to mixed gamma-neutron radiations. Radiation Research, 36:622–628.
  3. Davis LW, Strike TA (1968) Effectiveness of anticonvulsants in mice exposed to mixed gamma-neutron radiations. Radiation Research, 36:344–351.
  4. Evans AS, Quinn FA, Brown JA, Strike TA (1968) Effect of ionizing radiation on total protein-bound neutral hexoses in the plasma of mice. Radiation Research, 36:128–137.
  5. Evans AS, Quinn FA, Strike TA (1968) Effect of monoenergetic 14-MeV neutron and mixed gamma-neutron radiations on immunoelectrophoretic patterns of mice. Radiation Research, 34(1):49–55.
  6. Hirsch FG (1968) Effects of overpressure on the ear: a review. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 152(1):147–162.
  7. Holloway RJ, Leong GF, Ainsworth EJ, Albright ML, Baum SJ (1968) Recovery from radiation injury in the hamster as evaluated by the split-dose technique. Radiation Research, 33(1):37–49.
  8. McManaman VL, Leonard BE (1968) Experimental data on production of argon-41 in reactor exposure rooms. Health Physics, 14(5):515–517.
  9. Richmond DR, Damon EG, Royce Fletcher E, Bowen IG, White CS (1968) The relationship between selected blast-wave parameters and the response of mammals exposed to air blast. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 152(1):103–121.
  10. Royce Fletcher E, Bowen IG (1968) Blast-induced translational effects. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 152(1):378–403.
  11. Stanley RE, Cramer MB (1968) Hematologic values of the monkey (Macaca mulatta). American Journal of Veterinary Research, 29:1041–1047.
  12. White CS (1968) The scope of blast and shock biology and problem areas in relating physical and biological parameters. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 152(1):89–102.
  1. Baum SJ (1967) A measure of nonreparable injury to hematopoietic stem cells in rats exposed repeatedly to x-rays. Radiation Research, 32(3):651–657.
  2. Baum SJ (1967) Erythrocyte stem cell kinetics in the postirradiation rat. Radiation Research, 30(2):316–324.
  3. Brocato LJ (1967) Perfect timing the easy way. Electronics Design News, January 1967.
  4. Brocato LJ, Wise FA (1967) Ambient 60 Hz hum used to reduce 60 Hz hum in equipment. Electronic Design, April 1967.
  5. Holloway RJ, Leong GF, Ainsworth EJ, Albright ML, Baum SJ (1967) Recovery from radiation injury in the hamster as evaluated by the split-dose technique. USNRDL-TR-1111. Research and Development Technical Report, 11:1–26.
  6. Webster JB (1967) The effect of oral neomycin therapy following whole-body x-irradiation of rats. Radiation Research, 32(1):117–124.
  1. Chang MC, Hunt DM, Turbyfill CL (1966) Fertilization and early development after radiocobalt irradiation of rabbit oocytes and sperm in the female tract. Anatomical Record, 154(4):713–725.
  2. Roudebush DL (1966) The slot dozer trench as a fallout shelter for field medical units. Military Medicine, 131(11):1408–1412.
  1. French RL (1965) Gamma-ray energy and angular distributions above fallout. Health Physics, 11:369–383.
  2. Varon MI (1965) Late primary hypothyroidism in x-irradiated dogs. A mechanistic interpretation of the pathogenesis in relation to the general aging effects produced by ionizing radiation. Archives of Environmental Health, 10:46–52.
  1. Alphen EL, Baum SJ (1964) Comparative effects of 50 KvP and 250 KvP x-rays on the dog. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 114:284–301.
  2. Brennan JT (1964) Closing remarks for session on does distribution, partial-body exposure and abscopal effects. Ann NY Acad Sci., 114:339–340.
  3. Chambers FW Jr., Biles CR, Bodenlos LJ, Dowling JH (1964) Mortality and clinical signs in swine exposed to total-body cobalt-60 gamma irradiation. Radiation Research, 22:316–333.
  4. Leong GF, Wisecup WG, Grisham JW (1964) Effects of divided doses of x-ray on mortality and hematology of small and large domestic animals. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 114(1):138–149.
  5. van Hoek R, Hansen CL Jr. (1964) Radiation recovery in man: a clinical evaluation of the problem. Aerospace Medicine, 35:383–385.
  6. West JE, Bair WJ (1964) Plutonium inhalation studies. V. Radiation syndrome in beagles after inhalation of plutonium dioxide. Radiation Research, 22:489–506.
  1. Strike TA, Ellinger F (1963) Spleen factor effect on cellular recovery of irradiated bone marrow. Acta Haematologica, 29:96–101.
  1. Bustad LK, Clarke WJ, George LA 2nd, Horstman VG, McClellan RO, Persing RL, Seigneur LJ, Terry JL (1962) Preliminary observations on metabolism and toxicity of plutonium in miniature swine. Health Physics, 8:615–620.
  2. Johnston JB Jr., Strike TA (1962) Effect of cell-free spleen extract on bone marrow megakaryocytes of irradiated guinea-pigs. Preliminary report. Acta Haematologica, 28:194–197.
  3. Park JF, Willard DH, Marks S, West JE, Vogt GS, Bair WJ (1962) Acute and chronic toxicity of inhaled plutonium in dogs. Health Physics, 8:651–657.
  1. Baum SJ (1961) Erythropoietic recovery and residual injury in rats exposed repeatedly to x-rays. American Journal of Physiology, 200:155–158.
  2. Baum SJ, Davis Ak, Alpen EL (1961) Effect of repeated roentgen or neutron irradiation on the hematopoietic system. Radiation Research, 15:97–108.
  3. Ellinger F, Strike TA (1961) Effects of cell-free spleen extract treatment on hematopoietic tissues of irradiated guineapigs. I. Histological observations. Acta Haematologica, 26:117–127.
  4. Ellinger F, Strike TA (1961) Effects of cell-free spleen extract treatment on the hematopoietic tissues of irradiated guineapigs. II. Histochemical observations with alkaline phosphatase staining. Acta Haematologica, 26:325–332.
  5. Wagner HN Jr., Nelp WB, Dowling JH (1961) Use of neutron activation analysis for studying stable iodide uptake by the thyroid. Journal of Clinical Investigation, 40:1984–1992.