John B. Little
John B. Little
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Cancer risks attributable to low doses of ionizing radiation: assessing what we really know
DJ Brenner, R Doll, DT Goodhead, EJ Hall, CE Land, JB Little, JH Lubin, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 100 (24), 13761-13766, 2003
Induction of sister chromatid exchanges by extremely low doses of α-particles
H Nagasawa, JB Little
Cancer research 52 (22), 6394-6396, 1992
Direct evidence for the participation of gap junction-mediated intercellular communication in the transmission of damage signals from α-particle irradiated to nonirradiated cells
EI Azzam, SM De Toledo, JB Little
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 98 (2), 473-478, 2001
Radiation carcinogenesis
JB Little
Carcinogenesis 21 (3), 397-404, 2000
Intercellular communication is involved in the bystander regulation of gene expression in human cells exposed to very low fluences of alpha particles
EI Azzam, SM de Toledo, T Gooding, JB Little
Radiation research 150 (5), 497-504, 1998
Oxidative metabolism modulates signal transduction and micronucleus formation in bystander cells from α-particle-irradiated normal human fibroblast cultures
EI Azzam, SM De Toledo, DR Spitz, JB Little
Cancer research 62 (19), 5436-5442, 2002
Plateau-phase cultures of mammalian cells: an in vitro model for human cancer.
GM Hahn, JB Little
Curr. Top. Radiat. Res. Quart. 8: No. 1, 39-83 (Jul 1972)., 1972
Oxidative metabolism, gap junctions and the ionizing radiation-induced bystander effect
EI Azzam, SM de Toledo, JB Little
Oncogene 22 (45), 7050-7057, 2003
Cancer survivorship—genetic susceptibility and second primary cancers: research strategies and recommendations
LB Travis, CS Rabkin, LM Brown, JM Allan, BP Alter, CB Ambrosone, ...
Journal of the National Cancer Institute 98 (1), 15-25, 2006
Unexpected sensitivity to the induction of mutations by very low doses of alpha-particle radiation: evidence for a bystander effect
H Nagasawa, JB Little
Radiation research 152 (5), 552-557, 1999
Prevalence and spectrum of germline mutations of the p53 gene among patients with sarcoma
J Toguchida, T Yamaguchi, SH Dayton, RL Beaughamp, GE Herrera, ...
New England Journal of Medicine 326 (20), 1301-1308, 1992
Mutation Spectrum of the p53 Gene in Bone and Soft Tissue Sarcomas
J Toguchida, T Yamaguchi, B Ritchie, RL Beauchamp, SH Dayton, ...
Cancer research 52 (22), 6194-6199, 1992
Oncogenic point mutations in the human retinoblastoma gene: their application to genetic counseling
DW Yandell, TA Campbell, SH Dayton, R Petersen, D Walton, JB Little, ...
New England Journal of Medicine 321 (25), 1689-1695, 1989
Relationship between x-ray exposure and malignant transformation in C3H 10T1/2 cells.
AR Kennedy, M Fox, G Murphy, JB Little
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 77 (12), 7262-7266, 1980
Potential Role of WAF1/Cip1/p21 as a Mediator of TGF-β Cytoinhibitory Effect (∗)
CY Li, L Suardet, JB Little
Journal of Biological Chemistry 270 (10), 4971-4974, 1995
X-radiation-induced transformation in a C3H mouse embryoderived cell line
M Terzaghi, JB Little
Cancer Research 36 (4), 1367-1374, 1976
Radiation-induced genomic instability: delayed mutagenic and cytogenetic effects of X rays and alpha particles
JB Little, H Nagasawa, T Pfenning, H Vetrovs
Radiation research 148 (4), 299-307, 1997
Repair of sub-lethal and potentially lethal radiation damage in plateau phase cultures of human cells
JB Little
Nature 224 (5221), 804-806, 1969
Genomic instability and bystander effects: a historical perspective
JB Little
Oncogene 22 (45), 6978-6987, 2003
Cell transformation by chemical agents—a review and analysis of the literature: a report of the US Environmental Protection Agency Gene-Tox Program
C Heidelberger, AE Freeman, RJ Pienta, A Sivak, JS Bertram, BC Casto, ...
Mutation Research/Reviews in Genetic Toxicology 114 (3), 283-385, 1983
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