The tumor suppressor p53 blocks tumor progression in multiple tumor types. Radiation-induced cancer following exposure to radiation therapy or space travel may also be regulated by p53 because p53 has been proposed to respond to DNA damage to suppress tumorigenesis. Here, we investigate the role of p53 in lung carcinogenesis and lymphomagenesis in
Everett J. Moding, Hooney D. Min, Katherine D. Castle, Moiez Ali, Loretta Woodlief, Nerissa Williams, Yan Ma, Yongbaek Kim, Chang-Lung Lee, David G. Kirsch
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