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Charles A Sondhaus

Title(s)Professor Emeritus, Radiological Sciences
Address1001 Health Sciences Road
Irvine CA 92697-3950
Phone(949) 824-5904
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    1. Responses to low doses of ionizing radiation in biological systems. Nonlinearity Biol Toxicol Med. 2004 Jul; 2(3):143-71. Feinendegen LE, Pollycove M, Sondhaus CA. PMID: 19330141.
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    2. Absorbed dose and the quantification of physical events at low-dose irradiation of tissue. Mil Med. 2002 Feb; 167(2 Suppl):36-8. Feinendegen LE, Neumann RD, Bond VP, Sondhaus CA. PMID: 11873509.
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    3. Cellular signal adaptation with damage control at low doses versus the predominance of DNA damage at high doses. C R Acad Sci III. 1999 Feb-Mar; 322(2-3):245-51. Feinendegen LE, Bond VP, Sondhaus CA, Altman KI. PMID: 10196680.
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    4. Radiation effects induced by low doses in complex tissue and their relation to cellular adaptive responses. Mutat Res. 1996 Nov 04; 358(2):199-205. Feinendegen LE, Bond VP, Sondhaus CA, Muehlensiepen H. PMID: 8946025.
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    5. The use of cell-oriented factors and the hit size effectiveness function in radiation protection. Health Phys. 1996 Jun; 70(6):868-76. Sondhaus CA, Bond VP, Feinendegen LE. PMID: 8635913.
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    6. Relative biological effectiveness of ionizing radiations determined in tissue (RBE) fails in assessing comparative relative effectiveness in the tissue cells. Health Phys. 1996 Jun; 70(6):852-8. Feinendegen LE, Bond VP, Sondhaus CA. PMID: 8635911.
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    7. The meaning of linear dose-response relations, made evident by use of absorbed dose to the cell. Health Phys. 1995 Jun; 68(6):786-92. Bond VP, Benary V, Sondhaus CA, Feinendegen LE. PMID: 7759256.
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    8. Cellular mechanisms of protection and repair induced by radiation exposure and their consequences for cell system responses. Stem Cells. 1995 May; 13 Suppl 1:7-20. Feinendegen LE, Loken MK, Booz J, Mühlensiepen H, Sondhaus CA, Bond VP. PMID: 7488971.
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    9. A different perception of the linear, nonthreshold hypothesis for low-dose irradiation. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1991 Oct 01; 88(19):8666-70. Bond VP, Benary V, Sondhaus CA. PMID: 1924328.
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    10. Cell-oriented alternatives to dose, quality factor, and dose equivalent for low-level radiation. Health Phys. 1990 Jul; 59(1):35-48. Sondhaus CA, Bond VP, Feinendegen LE. PMID: 2358358.
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    11. Microdosimetric concepts applied to hormesis. Health Phys. 1987 May; 52(5):659-61. Bond VP, Feinendegen LE, Sondhaus CA. PMID: 3570804.
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    12. Intracellular stimulation of biochemical control mechanisms by low-dose, low-LET irradiation. Health Phys. 1987 May; 52(5):663-9. Feinendegen LE, Mühlensiepen H, Bond VP, Sondhaus CA. PMID: 3570805.
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    13. Common misinterpretations of the "linear, no-threshold" relationship used in radiation protection. Radiat Environ Biophys. 1987; 26(4):253-61. Bond VP, Sondhaus CA. PMID: 3685248.
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    14. Effects of statistical noise and digital filtering on the parameters calculated from the impulse response function. Eur J Nucl Med. 1987; 13(3):148-54. Szabó Z, Nyitrai L, Sondhaus C. PMID: 3622559.
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    15. Growth hormone secretion in the stunted head-irradiated rat. Pediatr Res. 1985 Jun; 19(6):543-8. Mosier HD, Jansons RA, Swingle KF, Sondhaus CA, Dearden LC, Halsall LC. PMID: 4011335.
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    16. Model identification and estimation of organ-function parameters using radioactive tracers and the impulse-response function. Eur J Nucl Med. 1985; 11(6-7):265-74. Szabó Z, Vosberg H, Sondhaus CA, Feinendegen LE. PMID: 3908109.
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    17. The critical cell concept and its application in the assessment of effects from different dose rates and different radiation qualities. Ann N Y Acad Sci. 1985; 459:211-20. Feinendegen LE, Bond VP, Sondhaus CA. PMID: 3868320.
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    18. An alternative to absorbed dose, quality, and RBE at low exposures. Radiat Res Suppl. 1985; 8:S52-7. Bond VP, Varma MN, Sondhaus CA, Feinendegen LE. PMID: 3867089.
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    19. Cartilage metabolism during growth retardation following irradiation of the head of the neonatal rat. . 1983 Jan; 172(1):99-106. Mosier HD, Sondhaus CA, Dearden LC, Zuniga OF, Jansons RA, Good CB, Roberts RC. PMID: 6828459.
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    20. The effect of neonatal head-irradiation and subsequent fasting on the mechanisms of catch-up growth. Growth. 1983; 47(1):13-25. Mosier HD, Good CB, Jansons RA, Sondhaus CA, Dearden LC, Alpizar-S M, Zuniga OF. PMID: 6862260.
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    21. Cosmic radiation exposure in subsonic air transport. Aviat Space Environ Med. 1978 Apr; 49(4):610-23. Wallace RW, Sondhaus CA. PMID: 637820.
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    22. Permanent interstitial therapy using low energy and long half-life radiation sources. Am J Roentgenol Radium Ther Nucl Med. 1969 Jan; 105(1):157-64. Scallon JE, Sondhaus CA, Snyder SL, Feder BH, Gunn WG. PMID: 5774273.
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    23. Acute effects of high-energy protons and alpha particles in mice. Radiat Res Suppl. 1967; 7:312-24. Ashikawa JK, Sondhaus CA, Tobias CA, Kayfetz LL, Stephens SO, Donovan M. PMID: 6058666.
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    24. Effects of acute exposure to high-energy protons on primates. Radiat Res Suppl. 1967; 7:336-59. Taketa ST, Castle BL, Howard WH, Conley CC, Haymaker W, Sondhaus CA. PMID: 4964579.
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    25. Radiobiological aspects of the supersonic transport. Health Phys. 1966 Feb; 12(2):209-26. Upton AC, Chase HB, Hekhuis GL, Mole RH, Newcombe HB, Robertson JS, Schaefer HJ, Snyder WS, Sondhaus C, Wallace R. PMID: 5916787.
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    26. A CYTOPHOTOMETRIC METHOD FOR STUDY OF THE ERYTHROID DEVELOPMENT SEQUENCE IN MAMMALS. UCRL-11033. UCRL US At Energy Comm. 1963; 86:118-25. ADAMS LR, SONDHAUS CA. PMID: 24547107.
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    27. DEPTH DOSE IN LARGE PHANTOMS IRRADIATED OMNIDIRECTIONALLY WITH HIGH-ENERGY PROTONS. UCRL-11033. UCRL US At Energy Comm. 1963; 86:19-28. SONDHAUS CA, STEWARD PG, WALLACE RW. PMID: 24547112.
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    28. STUDIES ON THE MAMMALIAN RADIATION SYNDROME WITH HIGH-ENERGY PARTICULATE RADIATION. II. SOME FACTORS AFFECTING RBE OF 730-MEV PROTONS. UCRL-11184. UCRL US At Energy Comm. 1963; 72:128-35. SONDHAUS CA, ASHIKAWA JK, TOBIAS CA, PASCHKES V, LOVE D. PMID: 24547174.
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    29. STUDIES ON THE MAMMALIAN RADIATION SYNDROME WITH HIGH-ENERGY PARTICULATE RADIATION. I. DIFFERENCE IN INJURY MODE AND ITS DOSE RATE DEPENDENCE FOR 100 KVP X RAYS AND 730 MEV PROTONS. UCRL-11033. UCRL US At Energy Comm. 1963; 86:12-8. ASHIKAWA JK, SONDHAUS CA, TOBIAS CA, GREENFIELD G, HOWARD J. PMID: 24547109.
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    30. CHARACTERISTICS AND INTENSITY PROFILE OF A HIGH-ENERGY-PROTON BEAM AFTER SCATTERING IN A THICK TARGET. UCRL-11184. UCRL US At Energy Comm. 1963; 72:136-40. WALLACE R, KASE K, SONDHAUS CA. PMID: 24547175.
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    31. Microspectrophotometric determination of nonheme iron in maturing erythroblasts and its relationship to the endocellular hemoglobin formation. Blood. 1960 Sep; 16:1285-97. SONDHAUS CA, THORELL B. PMID: 13832802.
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    32. The influence of exposure geometry on the pattern of radiation dose delivered to large animal phantoms. Radiat Res. 1957 May; 6(5):554-72. BOND VP, CRONKITE EP, SONDHAUS CA, IMIRIE G, ROBERTSON JS, BORG DC. PMID: 13432153.
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