Edward J. Calabrese, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Barbara G. Callahan, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Dose-Response, the journal of the International Dose-Response Society, is a quarterly peer-reviewed electronic journal publishing original findings on the occurrence of dose-response relationships across a broad range of disciplines. Particular interest focuses on experimental evidence providing mechanistic understanding of nonlinear dose-response relationships.
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Current Issue: Volume 12, Issue 3 (2014)
THE INFLUENCE OF TRP53 IN THE DOSE RESPONSE OF RADIATIONINDUCED APOPTOSIS, DNA REPAIR AND GENOMIC STABILITY IN MURINE HAEMATOPOIETIC CELLS
Jennifer A Lemon, Kristina Taylor, Kyle Verdecchia, Nghi Phan, and Douglas R Boreham
EFFECTS OF LOW-DOSE-GAMMA RAYS ON THE IMMUNE SYSTEM OF DIFFERENT ANIMAL MODELS OF DISEASE
Noriko Shimura and Shuji Kojima
DISSECTION OF THE HORMETIC CURVE: ANALYSIS OF COMPONENTS AND MECHANISMS
Volodymyr I Lushchak
GENE EXPRESSION DURING IMIDACLOPRID-INDUCED HORMESIS IN GREEN PEACH APHID
Murali-Mohan Ayyanath, G Christopher Cutler, Cynthia D Scott-Dupree, Balakrishnan Prithiviraj, Saveetha Kandasamy, and Kalyani Prithiviraj
DELAYED MITOGENIC STIMULATION DECREASES DNA DAMAGE ASSESSED BY MICRONUCLEUS ASSAY IN HUMAN PERIPHERAL BLOOD LYMPHOCYTES AFTER 60CO IRRADIATION
G Tamizh Selvan, M Bhavani, J Vijayalakshmi, FD Paul Solomon, NK Chaudhury, and P Venkatachalam
MOBILE PHONES, NON-IONIZING RADIOFREQUENCY FIELDS AND BRAIN CANCER: IS THERE AN ADAPTIVE RESPONSE?
V Vijayalaxmi and Thomas J Prihoda