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Implementation of Radiation Damage in Vitro Model using Swine Skin
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 Title & Authors
Implementation of Radiation Damage in Vitro Model using Swine Skin
Jung, Hongmoon; Won, Doyeon; Jeong, Dong Kyung; Jung, Jaeeun;
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 Abstract
The study of radiation-hazard in the human skin tissue is carried out by direct irradiating to experimental animals. The influences of a radiation to the animal`s skin tissue are analyzed from this experiment. However, this also accompanies losses in terms of both time and economy. In this study, we simulated human tissue by using a swine skin tissue. The depth of the swine skin tissue for the experiment is determined, and the amount of the direct radiation below this skin depth is analyzed numerically. The amount of the radiation occurred by exposure below the skin tissue can be inferred. Moreover, it is possible to use only cells effectively and animal experiments to analyze the body-hazard by radiation.
 Keywords
swine skin tissue;body-hazard by radiation;cells damage by radiation;swine subcutaneous;
 Language
Korean
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