A Brief Review-EPR Dosimetry and the Use of Animal Teeth as Dosimeters.

Abstract:

:The technique of electron paramagnetic resonance dosimetry using tooth enamel was established in the late 1960s, and considerable research has been conducted to learn more about the benefits of using human teeth as dosimeters for the purpose of retrospective dose reconstruction. Comparatively few studies have been done which have investigated animal teeth for the same purpose. The potential exists for utilizing animal teeth as dosimeters to reconstruct doses received by a species, as well as by humans. Animals investigated in electron paramagnetic resonance studies included cows, rats, mice, dogs, pigs, rhesus monkeys, goats, reindeer, walruses, bison, polar foxes, moose, and polar bears. Much has been determined regarding the characteristics of animal teeth, and overall the use of animal teeth for electron paramagnetic resonance dosimetry appears to be a viable means of estimating external dose. Although much has been learned from animal studies, there remain unanswered questions related to electron paramagnetic resonance dosimetry and the use of animal teeth as electron paramagnetic resonance dosimeters. This article summarizes the findings of animal electron paramagnetic resonance studies and outlines what is still unknown.

journal_name

Health Phys

journal_title

Health physics

authors

Harshman A,Johnson T

doi

10.1097/HP.0000000000000899

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

2018-11-01 00:00:00

pages

600-607

issue

5

eissn

0017-9078

issn

1538-5159

pii

00004032-201811000-00007

journal_volume

115

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