Dose reconstruction in the large Japanese field mouse using electron paramagnetic resonance spectroscopy of tooth enamel
Electron spin resonance (ESR) analysis of tooth enamel is recognized as a reliable method for lifetime dose reconstruction, particularly in human tooth enamel. While the use of ESR to reconstruct dose is well understood for human tooth enamel, the reliability and usefulness of dose reconstruction using ESR in mouse tooth enamel has not been as thoroughly studied. This paper aims to resolve this gap in knowledge concerning the use of the tooth enamel from the Large Japanese Field Mouse as acting dosimeter using EPR spectroscopy. Methods of tooth preparation were analyzed to find a preparation ...
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