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The Lessons of Chernobyl: 25 Years Later
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Editors: Elena B. Burlakova and Valeria I. Naydich (Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia)
Book Description:
It has been twenty-five years now since the accident occurred at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant. In the early days after the disaster, it was difficult to assume that its aftermath would make itself felt after a quarter of a century. Numerous studies in Ukraine, Belarus and Russia have shown that the morbidity of a number of diseases among the exposed population, liquidators and children residing in the contaminated areas has increased several times after the accident. Particular attention is drawn to health conditions of the children who were exposed to radiation and the children of liquidators who also demonstrate ill health. This book examines the need for further development of radiobiological and radioecological research, increase in the availability of methods, development of novel theoretical risk models and new approaches to investigating into the complex processes that occur at present and are expected in the future. (Imprint: Nova Biomedical)

Table of Contents:
(E.B. Burlakova)


1. Mortality of The Chernobyl Emergency Workers: Dose Dependence and Groups of Potential Risk;pp. 1-14
(V.K. Ivanov, S.Yu. Chekin, V.V. Kashcheev, M.A. Maksioutov, K.A. Tumanov, A.F. Tsyb,Federal State Institution Medical Radiological Research Center of the Ministry of Health and Social Development of the Russian Federation,Obninsk,Russia)

2. Clinical Immunological Disorders in Children from Various Observation Cohorts Subject to Radiation Factor at Various Oncogenesis Stages;pp. 15-31
(L.S. Baleva, I.N. Yakovleva, A.E. Sipyagina, N.M. Karakhan, E.E. Karpeeva, V.M. Buyankin, V.S. Suskova,Moscow Research Institute for Pediatrics and Children's Surgery of Rosmedtrkhnology,Russia and others)

3. Methods of Individual Retrospective Physical Dosimetry in the Problem of Assessment of Uncontrollable Irradiation Consequences;pp. 33-46
(V.F. Stepanenko, V.G. Skvortsov, A.I. Ivannikov, D.V. Dubov, A.F. Tsyb,MRRC RAMS, Obninsk, Russian Federation)

4. Medical Protection in Radiation Accidents: Some Results and Lessons of the Chernobyl Accident;pp. 47-54
(V.I. Legeza, A.N. Grebenyuk, V.V. Zatsepin,Military Medical Academy, Saint-Petersburg,Russia)

5. Chromosome Aberrations Level as an Indicator of Morbidity among Chernobyl Liquidators;pp. 55-63
(.P. Snigiryova, N.N. Novitskaya, G.M. Popova,Russian Scientific Center for Roentgenology and Radiology,Russian Federation, Moscow and others)

6. Molecular-Cellular Consequences of the Chernobyl Accident;pp. 65-75
(I.I. Pelevina, A.V. └leshchenko, M.M. Antoshchina, V.Ya. Gotlib, A.A. Konradov, O.V. Kudryasheva, E.Yu. Lizunova, A.N. Osipov, N.I. Ryabchenko, A.M. Serebryanyi, N.N.Semenov Institute of Chemical Physics, Russian Academy of Sciences,Moscow and others)

7. Long-term Medical Consequences of the Chernobyl Accident in Armenia. Assessment of Life Quality and Accelerated Biological Aging of Accident Liquidators;pp. 77-90
(N.M. Oganesyan, N.R. Davidyan, E.G. Gevorkyan, A.G. Karapetyan, M.I. Miridzhanyan, K.V. Asryan,A.N. Hovhannesyan, Research Centre of Radiation Medicine and Burns, Republic of Armenia and others)

8. The Immunity State of the Chernobyl Accident Consequences Liquidators with Cardiovascular System Diseases;pp. 91-99
(A.A. Timoshevsky, N.M. Kalinina, A.N. Grebenyuk,I.M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University,Russia and others)

9. Late Consequences Hematopoiesis after Acute Radiation Syndrome (Ars);pp. 101-113
(╩. Kotenko, └. Bushmanov, L. Suvorova, I. Galstyan, N. Nadezhina, V. Nugis, FSE"Burnasyan Federal Medical Biophysical Center",FMBA,Russia)

10. Analysis of the Frequency of Occurrence of Malignant Formations and Immune Status Monitoring in Liquidators of the Chernobyl Accident Consequences for their Early Diagnosis and Risk Group Identification;pp. 115-137
(I.V. Oradovskaya, Yu.G. Pashchenkova, M.F. Nikonova, N.V. Bozheskaya, G.Kh. Vikulov, N.N. Smirnova,Federal State Budgetary Institution SRC Institute of Immunology of the Federal Medical-Biological Agency,Moscow)

11. Long-term and Transgeneration Molecular and Genetic Effects of Prolonged Radiation Exposure in Nuclear Industry Employees;pp. 139-155
(V.G. Bezlepkin, E.N. Kirillova, M.L. Zakharova, O.S. Pavlova, M.G. Lomaeva, L.A. Fomenko, V.N. Antipova, A.I. Gaziev,Institute of Theoretical and Experimental Biophysics,RAS,Pushchino,Russia and others)

12. Analysis of Genotypic Dependence of Chromosome Aberration Frequency in Human Lymphocytes Irradiated in Vivo and in Vitro;pp. 157-163
(L.E. Sal'nikova, A.G. Chumachenko, I.N. Vesnina, N.Sh. Lapteva, G.I. Kuznetsova, S.K. Abilev, A.V. Rubanovich,Russian Academy of Sciences Enterprise,Moscow)

13. Genetic Effects of Bystander Factors from Serums of Affected by the Chernobyl Accident Populations;pp. 165-172
(P.M. Marozik, I.B. Mosse, S.B. Melnov, M.S. Marozik, C.B. Seymour, C.E. Mothersill, Institute of Genetics & Cytology NAS Belarus,Minsk and others)

14. The Effect of Chronic Radiation Exposure of Chnnp Exclusion Zone on the Morphofunctional State and Reactivity of Organs and Tissues of Laboratory Animals;pp. 173-186
(Ye.F. Konoplya, G.G. Vereshchako, G.A. Goroh, A.F. Malenchenko, S.N. Sushko, O.L. Fedosenko, N.V. Gunkova, A.Ye. Kozlov, A.O. Savin, E.M. Kadukova, A.D. Naumov, N.I. Timokhina, Institute of Radiobiology of NAS of Belarus,Gomel,Belarus)

15. Participation of the Lipid Peroxidation Processes in the Mechanism of Wild Rodent Adaptation to Radioactive Contamination of the Chernobyl Npp Zone;pp. 187-208
(L.N. Shishkina, A.G. Kudyasheva, N.G. Zagorskaya, O.G. Shevchenko, A.I. Taskaev,Russian Academy of Sciences,Moscow and others)

16. Response of the Plant World on Chronic Irradiation in The Zone of the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Station;pp. 209-227
(D.M. Grodzinsky,Institute of Cell Biology and Genetic Engineering of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine,Kiev)

17. Effects of Low Dose Chronic Radiation and Heavy Metals on Plant-Pathogen Interactions;pp. 229-244
(A.P. Dmitriev, O.I. Shevchenko, V.P. Polishuk, N.I. Guscha,National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine,Kiev and others)

18. A Change in Efficiency of Protective Measures for Reduction of 137cs Accumulation by Agricultural Plants in Various Periods after the Chernobyl Accident;pp. 245-270
(A.V. Panov, R.M. Alexakhin, A.A. Muzalevskaya,All-Russian Research Institute of Agricultural Radiology and Agroecology, Obninsk)

19. The Role of Trace Elements in Radiation Protection of Crop Plants and Animals on Radionuclide Contaminated Territories of Polessye;pp. 271-280
(I.N. Gudkov, N.M. Lazarev, V.V. Grusha, V.N. Bidenko,National University of Environmental and Life Sciences of Ukraine,Kiev and others)

20. General Trends in Radioactive Contamination of The Marine Environment from the Black Sea to Antarctic Ocean;pp. 281-299
(S. Gulin, V. Egorov, G. Polikarpov, N. Stokozov, N. Mirzoyeva, N. Tereschenko,I. Osvath,The A.O. Kovalevsky Institute of Biology of the Southern Seas (IBSS)National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine,Crimea and others)

21. Problems of the Long-Term Radiation Exposure of Aquatic Biota within the Chernobyl Accident Exclusion Zone;pp. 301-315
(D.I. Gudkov, N.L. Shevtsova, E.V. Dzyubenko, N.A. Pomortseva, S.I. Kireev, A.B. Nazarov,Institute of Hydrobiology, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine,Kiev and others)


      Nuclear Materials and Disaster Research
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2012
   Pages: 7 x 10 (NBC - C) 331pp.
   ISBN: 978-1-61324-516-3
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