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Articles by Ann M. Farese

The Gastrointestinal Subsyndrome of the Acute Radiation Syndrome in Rhesus Macaques: A Systematic Review of the Lethal Dose-response Relationship With and Without Medical Management

MacVittie, Thomas J.; Farese, Ann M.; Parker, George A.; More

Health Physics. 116(3):305-338, March 2019.

Radiation Nephropathy in a Nonhuman Primate Model of Partial-body Irradiation with Minimal Bone Marrow Sparing—Part 1: Acute and Chronic Kidney Injury and the Influence of Neupogen

Cohen, Eric P.; Hankey, Kim G.; Farese, Ann M.; More

Health Physics. 116(3):401-408, March 2019.

The Effect of Radiation Dose and Variation in Neupogen® Initiation Schedule on the Mitigation of Myelosuppression during the Concomitant GI-ARS and H-ARS in a Nonhuman Primate Model of High-dose Exposure with Marrow Sparing

MacVittie, Thomas J.; Bennett, Alexander W.; Farese, Ann M.; More

Health Physics. 109(5):427-439, November 2015.

Citrulline as a Biomarker in the Non-human Primate Total- and Partial-body Irradiation Models: Correlation of Circulating Citrulline to Acute and Prolonged Gastrointestinal Injury

Jones, Jace W.; Bennett, Alexander; Carter, Claire L.; More

Health Physics. 109(5):440-451, November 2015.

A Pilot Study in Rhesus Macaques to Assess the Treatment Efficacy of a Small Molecular Weight Catalytic Metalloporphyrin Antioxidant (AEOL 10150) in Mitigating Radiation-induced Lung Damage

Garofalo, Michael C.; Ward, Amanda A.; Farese, Ann M.; More

Health Physics. 106(1):73-83, January 2014.

The Prolonged Gastrointestinal Syndrome in Rhesus Macaques: The Relationship Between Gastrointestinal, Hematopoietic, and Delayed Multi-organ Sequelae Following Acute, Potentially Lethal, Partial-body Irradiation

MacVittie, Thomas J.; Bennett, Alexander; Booth, Catherine; More

Health Physics. 103(4):427-453, October 2012.

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