Topical Day | Ionising radiation: how do bacteria cope and what can we learn?

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title = "Topical Day | Ionising radiation: how do bacteria cope and what can we learn?",
abstract = "The aim of this Topical Day is to provide an interdisciplinary forum for exchanging ideas and discussing recent results related to extreme radio resistance in bacteria to experienced and young scientists working in this area. Special attention will be given to the genetic and cellular mechanisms underlying this resistance and the potential of such bacteria, or their cell products, for applications in environmental biotechnology, radiation protection, space microbiology and medical sciences.",
keywords = "Topical Day, ionising radiation, bacteria cope",
author = "Paul Janssen and Anu Yadav and {Van Houdt}, Rob and Pieter Monsieurs and Felice Mastroleo and Kristel Mijnendonckx and {Van Eesbeeck}, Val{\'e}rie",
note = "Score=2 Topical Day | Ionising radiation: how do bacteria cope and what can we learn? April 19, 2017 | SCK•CEN Lakehouse",
year = "2017",
month = "4",
day = "21",
language = "English",
series = "SCK•CEN Reports",
publisher = "Studiecentrum voor Kernenergie",
number = "BA-88",

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AU - Monsieurs, Pieter

AU - Mastroleo, Felice

AU - Mijnendonckx, Kristel

AU - Van Eesbeeck, Valérie

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