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The cells shut down in response to DNA-damaging agents like gamma radiation, or when a cancer-inducing gene was inserted.
Painted in patriotic Swedish blue and yellow, it is festooned with large ventilation pipes that can keep out gamma radiation and other potential hazards.
The Illinois Emergency Management Agency leases land in various locations around Zion for gamma radiation detectors.
Immediately following the chirp of this latest gravitational wave detection, NASA’s Fermi Space telescope recorded a flash of gamma radiation.
Up until now, astronomers have had to rely on the electromagnetic spectrum—from radio waves, through visible light, to gamma radiation—to gaze at the universe.
Bombs typically only emit 0.1 percent to 0.5 percent of their energy as gamma radiation, though exotic designs may increase this output.
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