An important aspect of the reaction of cells in the body is their intrinsic radiosensitivity. Some cell lines (such as epithelial stem cells and bone marrow) are far more sensitive than slowly dividing or terminally differentiated cells. These topics explore radiation sensitivity further.
- R7.1: Cellular Variations In Radiosensitivity
- R7.2: Radiosensitivity of Different Cell Populations
- R7.3: Repopulation
- R7.4: Radiosensitivity Cell Models