AFRRI


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AFRRIArmed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute
AFRRIAfrican Farm Radio Research Initiative (various nations)
AFRRIAppalachian Flood Risk Reduction Initiative
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Visit the AFRRI Web site at <https://www.usuhs .edu/afrri>.
Abbreviations AFRRI: Armed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute B: Burn CI: Combined injury GHSR: Growth hormone secretagogue receptor i.m.: Intramuscular i.p.: Intraperitoneal i.v.: Intravenous p.o.: Oral gavage RBC: Red blood cells RCI: Radiation combined injury R-B CI: Radiation-burn combined injury R-W CI: Radiation-wound combined injury RI: Radiation injury s.c.: Subcutaneous TBSA: Total body surface area VSD: Veterinary Science Department W: Wound WBC: White blood cells.
The archival data used in the present study originated from a previous experiment performed at AFRRI using NHPs exposed to a single total body 6.5 Gy radiation dose sufficient to cause severe H-ARS.
Various graduate medical educational opportunities are available to military providers and scientists through USAMRIID, USAMRICD, and AFRRI, including such courses as the Medical Management of Chemical and Biological Casualties, Field Management of Chemical and Biological Casualties, Hospital Management of CBRNE Casualties, Medical Effects of Ionizing Radiation, and other Service-specific courses.
Hollis-Eden is co-developing HE2100 for protection from radiation injury with the Armed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute (AFRRI), an agency within the U.S.
NIST traceable dosimetry was used in phantom tests and spore-kill tests to provide quality assurance of the correct dose as required by the bacillus anthracis radiation-kill curves generated by the Armed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute (AFRRI).
The last question is the one researchers at the Defense Department's Armed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute (AFRRI) in Bethesda, Maryland, are trying to answer.
In the past six years, the Armed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute (AFRRI, Bethesda, MD) has extensively researched tocotrienol as a radiation countermeasure agent.
(2) Armed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute (AFRRI) Special Publication 10-1, "Medical Management of Radiological Casualties," June 2010, <http://www.usuhs.mil/afrri /outreach/pdf/3edmmrchandbook.pdf>, accessed on 6 September 2012.