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Development of a portable hypoxia chamber for ultra-high dose rate laser-driven proton radiobiology applications

Chaudhary P., Gwynne D.C., Odlozilik B., McMurray A., Milluzzo G., Maiorino C., Doria D., Ahmed H., Romagnani L., Alejo A., Padda H., Green J., Carroll D., Booth N., McKenna P., Kar S., Petringa G., Catalano R., Cammarata F.P., Cirrone G.A.P., McMahon S.J., Prise K.M., Borghesi M.
Keywords:

Ultra-high dose rate, Laser-driven protons, Hypoxia, DNA repair

Document type Article
Journal title / Source Radiation Oncology
Volume 17
Issue 1
Publisher's name Springer Science and Business Media LLC
Publication date 2022-4-15
ISSN 1748-717X
DOI 10.1186/s13014-022-02024-3
Language English

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Project title (JRP)
18HLT04: UHDpulse: Metrology for advanced radiotherapy using particle beams with ultra-high pulse dose rates
Name of Call / Funding Programme
EMPIR 2018: Health