The mechanisms of adaptive response. Estimation of capacity of human blood lymphocytes to radiation adaptive response using different criteriaстатья

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[1] The mechanisms of adaptive response. estimation of capacity of human blood lymphocytes to radiation adaptive response using different criteria / A. M. Serebryanyi, M. M. Antoshchina, A. V. Aleschenko et al. // Tsitologiya. — 2008. — Vol. 50, no. 5. — P. 462–466. Blood lymphocytes of 15 healthy donors have been investigated for the ability to decrease their radiosensitivity after treatment with low dose irradiation named radioinduced adaptive response (AR). The unstable chromosome aberrations were used to evaluate the radiosensitivity change after irradiation of cells with low adaptive dose (5 cGy) and subsequent high challenge dose (1.0 Gy) in comparison with the effect of challenge irradiation only. Three indexes were used: the frequency of cells with aberrations in all analyzed cells (A), the number of chromosome aberrations per cell (B) and the number of chromosome aberrations per one aberrant cell (C). It has been discovered that all donors examined can be divided into four groups: 1 - individuals which cells did not show AR by all indexes used; 2 - individuals which cells showed AR by indexes A and B, but not C; 3 - AR was demonstrated by indexes B and C; 4 - AR was confirmed by all three indexes. Generally accepted repair model for AR formation explains only the case of donor groups 3 and 4, but can not explain the mechanism leading to the case of group 2. For understanding this mechanism, the distribution of metaphases by the number of chromosome aberrations per cell was analyzes for each donor. It was shown that the part of cells without aberrations in group 2 donors increased significantly after treatment with the adaptive and challenge irradiation in comparison with that after irradiation with challenge dose only. The conclusion is that in this case AR is formed as a result of change in the frequency 0 cell class - population shift. The analogous shift was observed in the distributions of metaphases for all donors of the group 4, but was absent in the group 3 donors. The data obtained suggest that AR of blood lymphocytes might be a result of several processes: activation of submutational genome damage repair; population shifts manifested by the change in the part of undamaged cells; and, possibly, activation of apoptotic cell death. The complex nature of AR affects each of radiosensitivity evaluation criteria to a different extent.

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