2 Gy) by the MULTIBIODOSE software. The exercise was run in two modes: an initial triage categorisation of samples (based on the first dose estimates for each assay received from each laboratory) followed by collation of the full set of estimated doses (all the results from all modes of each assay carried out by the participating laboratories) calculated using as many modes of operation as possible of the different assays developed during the project. Simulated acute whole body and partial body exposures were included.Results: The results of the initial triage categorisation and the full comparison of assays and methods within and between laboratories are presented here.Conclusions: The data demonstrate that the MULTIBIODOSE approach of applying multiparametric tools to radiation emergencies is valid and effective."/> 2 Gy) by the MULTIBIODOSE software. The exercise was run in two modes: an initial triage categorisation of samples (based on the first dose estimates for each assay received from each laboratory) followed by collation of the full set of estimated doses (all the results from all modes of each assay carried out by the participating laboratories) calculated using as many modes of operation as possible of the different assays developed during the project. Simulated acute whole body and partial body exposures were included.Results: The results of the initial triage categorisation and the full comparison of assays and methods within and between laboratories are presented here.Conclusions: The data demonstrate that the MULTIBIODOSE approach of applying multiparametric tools to radiation emergencies is valid and effective."/>
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Inter- and intra-laboratory comparison of a multibiodosimetric approach to triage in a simulated, large scale radiation emergency

Elizabeth Ainsbury, Jenna Al-Hafidh, Ainars Bajinskis, Stephen Barnard, Joan Fracesc Barquinero and 18 more (2014) INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF RADIATION BIOLOGY

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