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_The Chernobyl Nuclear Disaster and Subsequent Creation of a Wildlife Preserve (article)

_Conclusions from Chornobyl Research Projects

_Publications on Chornobyl

_Genetic diversity of Clethrionomys glareolus populations from highly contaminated sites in the Chornobyl region,Ukraine. 

_Frequencies of micronuclei in bank voles from zones of high radiation at Chernobyl, Ukraine.

_The Chornobyl nuclear disaster and subsequent creation of a wildlife preserve.

_Concentrations and Dose Rate Estimates of 134, 137Cesium and 90Strontium in Small Mammals at Chornobyl, Ukraine.

_Evolution of microsatellite alleles in four species of mice (genus Apodemus).

_Isolation of binary species-specific PCR-based markers and their value for diagnostic applications.

_On the utility of heteroplasmy in genotoxic studies: an example from Chornobyl.

_A translocated mitochondrial cytochrome b pseudogene in voles (Rodentia: Microtus).

_Cytosolic Isocitrate Dehydrogenase in Humans, Mice, and Voles and Phylogenetic Analysis of the Enzyme Family.

_High levels of genetic change in rodents of Chernobyl.

_Small mammals from the most radioactive sites near the Chernobyl nuclear power plant.

_DNA damage and radiocesium in channel catfish from Chernobyl.

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_Genotocixity

_Nuclear Desert

_Human Element

_Red Forest

_Radiation Workers

_Estimation of Absorbed Radiation Dose

_Field Applications of a Traditional Laboratory Model System

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_Texas Tech Research Team

_Robert J. Baker

_Amy M. Bickham

_Brenda E. Rodgers

_Jeffrey K. Wickliffe

_Ukrainian Research Team

_Mikhail Bondarkov

_Igor Chizevsky

_Sergej Gashak

_Chornobyl: 15 Years After (article)

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