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20. Abram Petkau, Canadian physician and biophysicist. In 1972 he made an important observation regarding the behaviour of membranes exposed to radiation. His original work is difficult to obtain. Credit goes to Ralph Graeub (Switzerland), for drawing attention to Petkau’s work in a number of books, which have now been translated into a number of languages. Ralph Graeub: Der Petkau-Effekt und unsere strahlende Zukunft [The Petkau-Effect and our radiant future], Zytglogge-Verlag 1990.
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22. Does Ionizing Radiation accelerate Aging phenomena? V. Bebeshko1, D. Bazyka1, K. Loganovsky1, S. Volovik2, A. Kovalenko1, O. Korkushko3, K.Manton2
1. Research Center for Radiation Medicine, Academy of Medical Sciences of Ukraine,Kyiv, Ukraine
2. Center for Demographic Studies, Duke University, Durham, USA
3. Institute of Gerontology, Academy of Medical Sciences of Ukraine, Kyiv, Ukraine
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26. Professor A.E. Okeanov is now prorector for research at the International Sakharov Environmental University in Minsk. He co-founded the Belarussian cancer registry in 1973 and in the following years had access to the data banks of all twelve oncological clinics in Belarus as well as to the data from 95,000 liquidators.
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29. Phobia is an excessively inadequate anxiety reaction, prompted by a particular situation und usually associated with an understanding of its unfoundedness. Definition in Pschyrembel: Clinical dictionary, 257th Edition, Berlin, New York, 1994 (German).
30. Sebastian Pflugbeil, Strahlentelex 374-375/2002, 9, Ergänzender Hinweis [Additional comment] (German).
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66. 同上
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85. These thoughts essentially adhere to data given by V.A. Shevchenko: Assessment of Genetic Risk from Exposure of Human Populations to Radiation; in: E.B. Burlakova: Consequences of the Chernobyl Catastrophe: Human Health; Moscow, 1996, S. 46-61, but elaborate on those for Europe. Figures were very much rounded-down, because at this point in time only a rough estimation is possible.
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95. People with Down’s syndrome have a chromosome set, in which chromosome 21 occurs three times instead of twice. They therefore have a total of 47 instead of 46 chromosomes, the carriers of genetic information. These genetic changes occur as a result of a disruption in the meiosis of the sexual cell, usually of the mother, prior to fertilization. The results are a typical physical appearance of the children, low intelligence quota, reduced defence against infection and malformations of internal organs for example, cardiac defects.
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99. Strahlentelex, 166-167/1993, 4, Chernobyl effects also measurable in Germany. (German).
100. Karl Sperling, Jörg Pelz, Rolf-Dieter Wegner, Andrea Dörries, Annette Grüters, Margareta Mikkelsen, Significant increase in trisomy 21 in Berlin nine months after the Chernobyl reactor accident, temporal correlation or causal relation? British Medical Journal 1994, 309: 158-62, 16 July 1994. Karl Sperling, Jörg Pelz, Rolf-Dieter Wegner, I. Schulzke, E. Struck, Frequency of trisomy 21 in Germany before and after the Chernobyl accident, Biomed & Pharmacother, 1991, 45, 255-262.
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102. Pierre Verger, Down Syndrom und Ionizing Radiation, Health Physics, December 1997, Vol 73:6, 882-893. Strahlentelex, 268-269/1998, 1-4. In a re-analysis, the Trisomie-21 study of the Berlin human geneticist Sperling was confirmed.
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