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102.  Effects of Dose Fractionation on the Response of Alanine Dosimetry, B. Lundahl, J. Logar, M. Desrosiers, and J. Puhl, Radiat. Phys. Chem., in press

101.  The Importance of Dosimetry Standardization in Radiobiology, Marc Desrosiers, Larry DeWerd, James Deye, Patricia Lindsay, Mark K. Murphy, Michael Mitch, Francesca Macchiarini, Stahinja Stojadinovic, and Helen Stone, NIST J. of Res., 118 (2013) 403-418.

100.  Post-Irradiation Stability of a Commercial Alanine Dosimeter, M.F. Desrosiers, NIST J. of Res., 119 (2014) 277-295.

99.   A Comparison of Harwell & FWT Alanine Temperature Coefficients from 25 °C to 80 °C, M.F. Desrosiers, A.M. Forney, and J.M. Puhl, NIST J. of Res., 117 (2012) 143-153. 

98.  Supplementary comparison CCRI(I)-S2 of standards for absorbed dose to water in Co-60 gamma radiation at radiation processing dose levels, D.T. Burns, P.J. Allisy-Roberts, M.F. Desrosiers, P.H.G. Sharpe, M. Pimpinella, V. Lourenço, Y.L. Zhang, A. Miller, V. Generalova, V. Sochor, Metrologia, 48 (2011) Tech. Suppl. 06009 1-18. 

97.  Alanine as a Small Field Dosimeter – First Tests in Gamma Knife Radiosurgery Fields, J. Novotny Jr., M.F. Desrosiers, M.S. Huq, G. Bednarz, J.M. Puhl, and S.M. Seltzer, in press

96.   UV Effects in Tooth Enamel and Their Possible Application in EPR Dosimetry with Front Teeth, S. Sholom, M. Desrosiers, V. Chumak, N. Luckyanov, S. Simon, and A. Bouville, Health Physics 98 (2010) 360-368.

95.   The Impact of Industrial Irradiation Temperature Estimations on the Accuracy of Dosimetry, M. Desrosiers, T. Ostapenko and J. Puhl, Radiat. Phys. Chem. 78 (2009) 457-460.

94.   Absorbed-Dose / Dose-Rate Dependence Studies for the Alanine-EPR Dosimetry System, M. Desrosiers and J. Puhl, Radiat. Phys. Chem. 78 (2009) 461-464.

93.   A Study of the Alanine Dosimeter Irradiation Temperature Coefficient from 25 °C to 80 °C, M. Desrosiers, M. Peters and J. Puhl, Radiat. Phys. Chem. 78 (2009) 465-468.

92.   Discovery of an Absorbed-Dose / Dose-Rate Dependence for the Alanine-EPR Dosimetry Systems and Its Implications in High-Dose Ionizing Radiation Metrology, M.F. Desrosiers, J.M. Puhl, S.L. Cooper, NIST J. of Res., 113 (2008) 79-95.

91.   Irradiation Decontamination of Postal Mail: Lessons Learned and Future Opportunities, M.F. Desrosiers, S.M. Seltzer, J.M. Puhl, P.M. Bergstrom, L.T.Hudson, S.L. Cooper, IAEA TECH-DOC.

90.   EPR tooth dosimetry of SNTS area inhabitants, S. Simon, M. Desrosiers, S. Sholom, A. Bouville, N. Luckyanov and V. Chumak, Radiat. Meas. 42 (2007) 1037-1040.

89.   X-Ray and Gamma-Ray Absorbed Dose Profiles in Teeth: An EPR and Modelling Study, S. Sholom, C. O'Brien, E. Bakhanova, V. Chumak, M. Desrosiers, and A. Bouville, Radiat. Meas. 42 (2007) 1196-1200.

88.   A Method for Establishing  e-Traceability to Ionizing Radiation National Standards, S.L. Cooper and M.F. Desrosiers, Proceedings of Alanine Dosimetry for Clinical Applications, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt Report, PTB-Dos-51 (2006) pp. 46-51.

87.   Next-Generation Services for  e-Traceability to Ionizing Radiation National Standards, M.F. Desrosiers, J.M. Puhl, and S.L. Cooper, Proceedings of Alanine Dosimetry for Clinical Applications, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt Report, PTB-Dos-51 (2006) pp. 41-45.

86.   CCRI supplementary comparison of standards for absorbed dose to water in 60Co gamma radiation at radiation processing dose levels, D.T. Burns, P.J. Allisy-Roberts, M.F. Desrosiers, V. Yu. Nagy, P.H.G. Sharpe, R.F. Laitano, K. Mehta, M.K.H. Schneider, Y. Zhang, Radiat. Phys. Chem. 75 (2006) 1087-1092.

85.   Time Dependence of the Radiation-induced EPR Signal in Sucrose, Marc Desrosiers and Samara Wadley, Radiat. Prot. Dosim. 118 (2006) 479-481.

84.   An Absorbed Dose Map of Bone Tissue Treated with a Radiopharmaceutical In Vivo, M.F. Desrosiers, P. Fattibene and F. Le, Health Physics 92 (2007) 176-178.

83.   A Transferability Study of the EPR‑Tooth Dosimetry Technique, S. Sholom, V. Chumak, M.F. Desrosiers and A. Bouville, Radiat. Prot. Dosim. 120 (2006) 210-215.

82.   Barium Dithionate as an EPR Dosimetric Material for Radiation Accidents, M.P. Baran, O.A. Bugay, S.P. Kolesnik, V.M. Maksimenko, V.V. Teslenko, T.L. Petrenko, M.F. Desrosiers, Radiat. Prot. Dosim. 120 (2006) 202-204.

81.   A Study of the Irradiation Temperature Coefficient for L‑Alanine and DL‑Alanine Dosemeters, M.F. Desrosiers, M. Lin, S.L. Cooper, Y. Cui, and K. Chen, Radiat. Prot. Dosim. 120 (2006) 235-237.

80.   Irradiation Decontamination of Postal Mail and High‑Risk Luggage, M.F. Desrosiers, B.M. Coursey, S.M. Seltzer, L.T.Hudson, P.M. Bergstrom, F.B. Bateman, J.M. Puhl, S.L. Cooper, D.J. Alderson, G.B. Knudson, T.B. Elliott, M.O. Shoemaker, S. Miller and John Dunlop, NATO Science Series I: Life and Behavioural Sciences – Vol. 365 (L.G. Gazsó and C.C. Ponta, Eds.) In, "Radiation Inactivation of Bioterrorism Agents", IOS Press, Netherlands (2005) pp. 115-126.

79.   Irradiation Applications for Homeland Security, M.F. Desrosiers, Radiat. Phys. Chem. 71(2004) 479-482.

78.   Characterization of a New Alanine Film Dosimeter: Relative Humidity and Post-Irradiation Stability, R.M.D. Garcia, M.F. Desrosiers, J.G. Attwood, D. Steklenski, J. Griggs, A. Ainsworth, A. Heiss, P. Mellor, D. Patil and J. Meiner, Radiat. Phys. Chem. 71 (2004) 375-380.

77.   Next-Generation Services for e‑Traceability to Ionizing Radiation National Standards, M.F. Desrosiers, M. Klemick, J.M. Puhl, D. Uchida, and S. Mallis, Radiat. Phys. Chem. 71(2004) 371-374.

76.   A Study of the Alanine Dosimeter Irradiation Temperature Coefficient in the ‑77 °Cto +50 °C Range, M.F. Desrosiers, S.L. Cooper, J.M. Puhl, A.L. McBain, and G.W. Calvert, Radiat. Phys. Chem. 71(2004) 365-370.

75.  Quantitative Dose Response of Dry Free-Flowing Bacillus anthracis Strain Ames Spores after 60Co‑γ-gamma Photon Irradiation. G.B. Knudson, T.B. Elliott, M.O. Shoemaker, W.E. Jackson, R.J. Lowy, M.F. Desrosiers, B.G. Harper, D.D. Martin, J.D. Wright, Armed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute Special Publication 05-3 (2005).

74.   Standard Practice for Use of the Alanine-EPR Dosimetry System, M.F. Desrosiers and A.H. Heiss, International Standards Organization & American Society for Testing and Materials, Designation ISO/ASTM 51607: 2004(E).

73.   NIST Accelerator Facilities and Programs in Support of Industrial Radiation Research, F. B. Bateman, M. F. Desrosiers, L. T. Hudson, B. M. Coursey, P. M. Bergstrom Jr., S. M. Seltzer, in Proc. 17th International Conference on the Application of Accelerators in Research and Industry, Denton, TX, JL Duggan & IL Morgan, Amer. Inst. Phys., New York 680 (2003) 877.

72.   Ionizing Radiation Inactivation of Vaccinia Virus Using Gamma Photons, R. Joel Lowy, C.C. Broder, Y.R. Feng, M.F. Desrosiers, T.B. Elliott, Armed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute Special Publication 03-2 (2003).

71.   Uncertainties in alanine dosimetry in the therapeutic dose range, V. Nagy, S. V. Sholom, V. V. Chumak, M.F. Desrosiers, Appl. Radiat. Isot. (2002) 917-929.

70.   EPR dose reconstruction of two Kazakh villages near the Semipalatinsk nuclear test site, A. Romanyukha, M. Desrosiers, O. Sleptchonok, C. Land, N. Luckyanov, B.I. Gusev, Applied Magnetic Resonance (2002) 347-356.

69.   e-Calibrations: Using the Internet to Deliver Calibration Services in Real Time at Lower Cost, M. Desrosiers, V. Nagy, J. Puhl, R. Glenn, R. Densock, D. Stieren, B. Lang, A. Kamlowski, D. Maier, A. Heiss, Radiat. Phys. Chem. (2002) 759-763.

68.   Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Biodosimetry, M.F. Desrosiers and D.A. Schauer, Nucl. Instrum. Meth. B,184 (2001) 219-228.

67.   Correction factors in EPR dose reconstruction for the residents of the Middle and Lower Techa riverside, A.A., Romanyukha, S. Seltzer, M. Desrosiers, E.A. Ignatiev, D.V. Ivanov, S. Bayankin, M.O. Degteva, F.C. Eichmiller, A. Wieser, P. Jacob, Health Physics, 81 (2001) 554-566.

66.   The Next-Generation in Traceability: e-Calibrations, M.F. Desrosiers and V. Nagy, Measurement Science Conference Proceedings, eDoc Publish Inc., www.eDocPublish.com (2001).

65.   Individual Biodosimetry at the Natural Radiation Background Level, A.A. Romanyukha, V. Nagy, O. Sleptchonok, M.F. Desrosiers, J. Jiang,  A. Heiss, Health Physics 80 (2001) 71-73.

64.   Reply to letter to the editor by R. B. Hayes, M.F. Desrosiers, V.Yu. Nagy, O.F. Sleptchonok, Radiat. Phys. Chem. 59 (2000) 445-447.

63.  Advancements in Accuracy of the Alanine Dosimetry System. Part 3: Usefulness of an adjacent reference sample, V.Yu. Nagy, O.F. Sleptchonok, M.F. Desrosiers, R.T. Weber, A.H. Heiss, Radiat. Phys. Chem. 59(2000) 429-441.

62.   Temperature  Stabilization of Alanine Dosimeters  Used for Food Processing and Sterilization, A. Bugay, S. Kolesnik, K. Mehta, V. Nagy, M.F. Desrosiers, Appl. Radiat. Isot. 52 (2000) 1371-1373.

61.   Current Issues on EPR Dose Reconstruction in Tooth Enamel, A.A. Romanyukha, M.F. Desrosiers, D.F. Regulla, Appl. Radiat. Isot. 52 (2000) 1265-1273.

60.   Advancements in Accuracy of the Alanine Dosimetry System. Part 2. The Influence of the Irradiation Temperature, V.Y. Nagy, J.M. Puhl, M.F. Desrosiers, Radiat. Phys. Chem. 57 (2000) 1-9.

59.   Advancements in Accuracy of the Alanine Dosimetry System. Part 1. The Effects of Environmental Humidity, O.F. Sleptchonok, V.Y. Nagy, M.F. Desrosiers, Radiat. Phys. Chem. 57 (2000) 115-133.

58.   Comment on Article by Haskell, Hayes, and Kenner, M.F. Desrosiers, V.Y. Nagy, A.A. Romanyukha, Health Physics 77 (1999) 470-471.

57.   Radiation Processing Dosimetry Calibration Services: Manual of Calibration Procedures, J.C. Humphreys, J.M. Puhl, S.M. Seltzer, W.L. McLaughlin, M.F. Desrosiers, V.Y. Nagy, D.L. Bensen, M.L. Walker, NIST Special Publication 250-45, March 1998.

56.   Radiation Processing Dosimetry Calibration Services and Measurement Assurance Program, J.C. Humphreys, J.M. Puhl, S.M. Seltzer, W.L. McLaughlin, M.F. Desrosiers, D.L. Bensen, M.L. Walker, NIST Special Publication 250-44, March 1998.

55.   A Fluidized Bed Process for Electron Sterilization of Powders, S.V. Nablo, J.C. Wood, M.F. Desrosiers, V.Y. Nagy, Radiat. Phys. Chem. 52 (1998) 479-485.

54.   Technical Aspects of the Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Method for Tooth Enamel Dosimetry, M.F. Desrosiers and A.A. Romanyukha, In, Biomarkers: Medical and Workplace Applications (M.L. Mendelsohn, L.C. Mohr, J.P. Peters, Eds.) Joseph Henry Press, Washington, DC (1998) pp. 53-64.

53.   Reference Gamma-Ray Dosimetry and Calibration Traceability, W.L. McLaughlin, W.L., D.L. Bensen, M.F. Desrosiers, J.C. Humphreys, J.M. Puhl, and S.M. Seltzer, Proceedings of Mtg. IAEA Coordinated Research Programme on Characterization and Evaluation of High-Dose Dosimetry Techniques for Quality Assurance in Radiation Processing, October, 1997, Vienna Austria, International Atomic Energy Agency, IAEA TecDoc (1998).

52.      Standard Practice for Use of the Alanine-EPR Dosimetry System, M.F. Desrosiers and A.H. Heiss, American Society for Testing and Materials, Designation E1607, 1994; revision February 1997.

51.       Radiation Dosimetry of an Accidental Overexposure Using EPR Spectrometry and Imaging of Human Bone, D.A. Schauer, M.F. Desrosiers, P. Kuppusamy, J.L. Zweier, Appl. Radiat. Isot. 47 (1996) 1345-1350.

50.       Choosing Reference Samples for EPR Concentration Measurements, Part 4. Systems of S=5/2, V. Yu. Nagy, D.P. Sokolov, M.F. Desrosiers, Anal. Chim. Acta 339 (1997) 53-62.

49.       Choosing Reference Samples for EPR Concentration Measurements, Part 3. Systems of S=3/2, V. Yu. Nagy, P.N. Komozin, M.F. Desrosiers, Anal. Chim. Acta 339 (1997) 31-51.

48.       Alanine EPR Dosimeter Response in Proton Therapy Beams, K. Gall, M.F. Desrosiers, D. Bensen, C. Serago, Appl. Radiat. Isot. 47 (1996) pp. 1197-1199.

47.       The Current Status of the EPR Method for the Detection of Irradiated Foods, M.F. Desrosiers, Appl. Radiat. Isot. 47 (1996) pp. 1621-1628.

46.       Critical Evaluation of the Sugar-EPR Dosimetry System, P. Fattibene, T. Duckworth, M.F. Desrosiers, Appl. Radiat. Isot. 47 (1996) pp. 1375-1379.

45.       Inter-Laboratory Trials of the EPR Method for the Detection of Irradiated Spices, Nutshell, and Eggshell, M.F. Desrosiers, D.M. Yaczko, A. Basi, W.L. McLaughlin (1996) In, Detection Methods for Irradiated Food Current Status(C.H. McMurray, E.M. Stewart, R. Gray, J. Pearce, Eds.) Royal Soc. Chem. Special Publication No. 171, Cambridge, U.K., pp. 108-118.

44.       A Complex Time Dependence of the EPR Signal of Irradiated L-α -Alanine, V. Yu. Nagy and M.F. Desrosiers, Appl. Radiat. Isot. 47 (1996) 789-793.

43.       ESR Detection of Irradiated Meats, M. F. Desrosiers and W. L. McLaughlin, Proc. of IAEA Advisory Group, International Atomic Energy Agency, Vienna IAEA TecDoc (1996).

42.       An Overview of an Accident at an Industrial Accelerator Facility, D.A. Schauer, B.M. Coursey, C.E. Dick, W.L. McLaughlin, J.M. Puhl, M.F. Desrosiers, A.D. Jacobson, Advances in the Treatment of Radiation Injuries, Vol. 94 (T.J. MacVittle, J.F. Weiss, D. Browne, Eds.) In, "Advances in the Biosciences", Elsevier Science, Great Britain (1994) pp. 321-324.

41.       Orientation Effects on ESR analysis of Alanine-Polymer Dosimeters, T. Kojima, S. Kashiwazaki, H. Tachibana, R. Tanaka, M.F. Desrosiers, W.L. McLaughlin, Appl. Radiat. Isot. 46 (1995) 1407-1411.

40.       Investigation of Applicability of Alanine and Radiochromic Detectors to the Dosimetry of Proton Clinical Beams, D. Nichiporov, V. Kostjuchenko, J. Puhl, D. Bensen, M. Desrosiers, C. Dick, W. McLaughlin, T. Kojima, B. Coursey, S. Zink, Appl. Radiat. Isot. 46 (1995) 1355-1362.

39.       Response to "Optimization of Experimental Parameters for the EPR Detection of the Cellulosic Radical in Irradiated Foodstuffs", M.F. Desrosiers, D.L. Bensen D.M. Yaczko, Int. J. Food Sci. Tech. 30 (1995) 675-680.

38.       Research and Development Activities in Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Dosimetry, M.F. Desrosiers, G. Burlinska, P. Kuppusamy, J. Zweier, D.M. Yaczko, F.P. Auteri, M.R. McClelland, C.E. Dick and W.L. McLaughlin, Radiat. Phys. Chem. 46 (1995) 1181-1184.

37.       Dosimetry Systems for Radiation Processing, W.L. McLaughlin and M.F. Desrosiers, Radiat. Phys. Chem. 46 (1995) 1163-1174.

36.       Inter-Laboratory Trials of the EPR Method for the Detection of Irradiated Meats Containing Bone, M.F. Desrosiers, F.G. Le, W.L. McLaughlin, Int. J. Food Sci.Tech.  29 (1994) 153-159.

35.      EPR Dosimetry of Cortical Bone and Tooth Enamel Irradiated with X- and Gamma-Rays:  An Energy-Dependence Study,  D.A. Schauer, M.F. Desrosiers, F.G. Le, S.M. Seltzer, J.M. Links, Radiat. Res. 138 (1994) 1-8.

34.       ESR-Based Analysis in Radiation Processing, W.L. McLaughlin, M.F. Desrosiers, M.C. Saylor, Sterilization of Medical Products, Vol. 6 (R. F. Morrisey, Ed.) Polysciences Publications Inc., Morin Heights, Canada (1993) pp. 213-239.

33.       Estimation of the Absorbed Dose in Radiation-Processed Food. Part 4.  EPR Measurements on Eggshell,M.F. Desrosiers, F.G. Le., P.M. Harewood, E.S. Josephson, M. Montesalvo, J. Agric. Food Chem. 41 (1993) 1471-1475.

32.       A Radiation Accident at an Industrial Accelerator Facility, D.A. Schauer, B.M. Coursey, C.E. Dick, W.L. McLaughlin, J.M. Puhl, M.F. Desrosiers, A.D. Jacobson, Health Physics 65 (1993) 131-140.

31.       Experimental Validation of Radiopharmaceutical Absorbed Dose to Mineralized Bone Tissue, M.F. Desrosiers, M.J. Avila, D.A. Schauer, B.M. Coursey, N.J. Parks, Appl. Radiat. Isot., 44 (1993) 459-464.

30.       Estimation of the Absorbed Dose in Radiation-Processed Food. Part 3. The Effect of Time of Evaluation on the Accuracy of the Estimate, M.F. Desrosiers, F.G. Le, Appl. Radiat. Isot., 44 (1993) 439-442.

29.       Electron Spin Resonance Investigations of Gamma-Irradiated Shrimp Shell, K.M. Morehouse and M.F. Desrosiers, Appl. Radiat. Isot., 44 (1993) 429-432.

28.       A New EPR Dosimeter Based on Polyvinylalcohol, M.F. Desrosiers, J.M. Puhl, W.L. McLaughlin, Appl. Radiat. Isot., 44 (1993) 325-326.

27.       EPR Bone Dosimetry: A New Approach to Spectral Deconvolution Problems,M.F. Desrosiers, Appl. Radiat. Isot., 44 (1993) 81-84.

26.       A New Approach to Radiopharmaceutical Dose Assessment, M.F. Desrosiers and B.M. Coursey, Proceedings of the Fifth International Symposium on Radiopharmaceutical Dosimetry, CONF-910529 (E.E. Watson and A.T. Schlafke-Stelson, Eds.) Oak Ridge Associated Universities, Oak Ridge TN, (1992) p.p. 57-65.

25.       Unusual Spin-Trap Chemistry for the reaction of Hydroxyl Radical with the Carcinogen N-Nitrosodimethylamine, D.A. Wink and M.F. Desrosiers, Radiat. Phys. Chem., 38 (1991) 467-472.

24.       In Vivo Assessment of Radiation Exposure, M.F. Desrosiers, Health Physics,61 (1991) 859-861.

23.       A Kinetic Investigation of Intermediates Formed During the Fenton Reagent-Mediated Degradation of N-Nitrosodimethylamine: Evidence for an Oxidative Pathway not Involving Hydroxyl Radical, D.A. Wink, R.W. Nims, M.F. Desrosiers, P.C. Ford, and L.K. Keefer, Chem. Res. Toxic., 4 (1991) 510-512.

22.       Electron Spin Resonance Methods for Monitoring Radiation-Processed Meats Containing Bone, M.F. Desrosiers, J. Food Science, 56 (1991) 1104-1105.

21.       Estimation of the Absorbed Dose in Radiation-Processed Food. Part 2. Test of the EPR Response Function by an Exponential Fitting Analysis, M.F. Desrosiers, Appl. Radiat. Isot., 42 (1991) 617-619.

20.       Estimation of the Absorbed Dose in Radiation-Processed Food. Part 1.Test of the EPR Response Function by a Linear Regression Analysis,M.F. Desrosiers, G.L. Wilson, C.R. Hunter, and D.R. Hutton, Appl. Radiat. Isot.,42 (1991) 613-616.

19.       Radiopharmaceutical Dose Assessment, M.F. Desrosiers, B.M. Coursey, M.J. Avila, and N.J. Parks, Nature, 349 (1991) 287-288.

18.       Co-Trial on Identification and Estimates of Gamma-Ray and Electron Absorbed Doses Given to Meat and Bones, M.F. Desrosiers, W.L. McLaughlin, L.A. Sheahen, N.J.F. Dodd, J.S. Lea, J.C. Evans, C.C. Rowlands, J.J. Raffi, J.-P.L. Agnel, Int. J. Food Sci. Tech., 25 (1990) 682-691.

17.       Assessing Radiation Dose to Food, M.F. Desrosiers, Nature, 345 (1990) 485.

16.       Onion Skin as a Radiation Monitor, M.F. Desrosiers and W.L. McLaughlin, Radiat. Phys. Chem., 35 (1990) 321-323.

15.       ESR Detection of Irradiated Meats, M. F. Desrosiers and W. L. McLaughlin, Proc. of IAEA Coordinated Research Meeting, Warsaw, Poland, (1990).

14.       Some Recent Developments in Ionizing Radiation Chemical Dosimetry,  M. L. Walker, D. S. Bergtold, B. M. Coursey, M. F. Desrosiers, L.R. Karam, and W. L. McLaughlin, Proc. Annual Meeting of National Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers, Chicago, IL (1989).

13.       Examination of Gamma-Irradiated Fruits and Vegetables by Electron Spin Resonance Spectroscopy, M.F. Desrosiers and W.L. McLaughlin, Radiat. Phys. Chem., 34 (1989) 895-898.

12.       Mechanically-Induced Generation of Radicals in Tooth Enamel, M. F. Desrosiers, M. G. Simic, F. C. Eichmiller, A. D. Johnston, R. L. Bowen, Appl. Radiat. Isot.,

40 (1989) 1195-1197.

11.       The Effect of Oxygen, Antioxidants, and Superoxide Radical on Tyrosine Phenoxyl Radical Dimerization, E.P.L. Hunter, M.F. Desrosiers, M.G. Simic,

J. Free Rad. Biol. Med. 6 (1989) 581-585.

10.       Gamma-Irradiated Seafoods: Identification and Dosimetry by Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Spectroscopy, M. F. Desrosiers, J. Agric. Food Chem. 37 (1989) 96-100.

 9.        Post-Irradiation Dosimetry of Meat by Electron Spin Resonance Spectroscopy of Bones, M.F. Desrosiers, M.G. Simic, J. Agric. Food Chem.  36 (1988) 601-603.

 8.        Peptide Irradiation Products and Crosslinking Mechanisms, L. R. Karam, M. F. Desrosiers,  M. G. Simic, Proceedings of the Eighth International Congress on Radiation Research, Vol. 2  (E. M. Fielden, J. F. Fowler, J. H. Hendry, D. Scott, Eds.) Taylor & Francis, London (1987) p.p. 146.

 7.        Olefin Radical Cations in Pulse Radiolysis of Hydrocarbons, Time-Resolved Fluorescence Detected Magnetic Resonance, D.W. Werst, M.F. Desrosiers,

A.D. Trifunac, Chem. Phys. Lett., 133 (1987) 201-206.

 6.        Structure and Dynamics of Olefin Radical Cation Aggregates, Time-Resolved Fluorescence Detected Magnetic Resonance, M.F. Desrosiers, A.D. Trifunac,

J. Phys. Chem. 90 (1986) 1560-1564.

5.         Detection of Aromatic Radical Cation Aggregates in Pulse Radiolysis in Alkane Solutions, M.F. Desrosiers, A.D. Trifunac, Chem. Phys. Lett., 121 (1985) 382-385.

4.         Observation of Transient Cyclohexene and 1,4-Cyclohexadiene Radical Cations.  Time-Resolved Fluorescence Detected Magnetic Resonance, M.F. Desrosiers, A.D. Trifunac, Chem. Phys. Lett. 118 (1985) 441-443.

 3.        Photoreactions of the Triruthenium Cluster Ru3(CO)12 and Its Substituted Analogues, M.F. Desrosiers, D.A. Wink, P.C. Ford, R.T. Trautman,

D.A. Wink, P.C. Ford, Inorganic Chemistry 24 (1985) 1-2.

 2.        Flash Photolysis of Ru3(CO)12:  Evidence for Intermediates in the Competing Fragmentation and Ligand-Substitution Photoreactions, M.F. Desrosiers,

J. Am. Chem. Soc. 108 (1986) 1917-1927.

 1.        Photochemical Fragmentation of the Cluster Ru3(CO)12: Evidence Against Homolytic Bond Cleavage, M.F. Desrosiers, P.C. Ford, Organometallics 1 (1982) 1715-1716.