Radiation Biomarkers

Biodosimetry is based on the Radiation Biomarkers for the measurement of the radiation-induced changes, which can correlate the oncologist  with the absorbed dose. Radiation dosimetry in the fields of medical physics and radiation protection is used for the measurement, calculation and assessment of the ionizing radiation dose absorbed from the patients, oncologist and radiologists. This can be applies both internally and externally due to ingested or inhaled radioactive substances or by sources of radiation. Internal dosimetry assessment relies on a variety of monitoring, bio-assay or radiation imaging techniques, while external dosimetry is based on measurements with a dosimeter, or inferred from measurements made by other radiological protection instruments. The level of gene expression and protein are the  good biomarkers of radiation.

 

  • Radiation Oncology
  • Radiotheraphy Biomarkers
  • Clinical and Radiation oncolcogy
  • Medical Physicist
  • Radiation induced biomarkers
  • Ionizing radiation Biomarkers

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