BAN-NAI Tadaaki

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BAN-NAI Tadaaki
National Institute of Radiological Sciences

Research Interests



Ban-nai,T. Muramatsu,Y. Yanagisawa,K.
J. Radiation Res.   36(2) 143-154   1995
Muramatsu,Y. Yoshida,S. Ban-nai,T.
Journal of radioanalytical and nuclear chemistry. Articles   194(2) 303-310   1995
Concentration of 137Cs and 40K in edible mushroom collected in Japan and radiation dose due to their consumption.
Ban-nai,T., Muramatsu,Y. and Yoshida,S.
Health Physics.   72(3) 384-389   1996
Daily intakes of 134Cs, 137Cs, 40K, 232Th, and 238U in Ukrainian Adult Males.
Shiraishi,K., Tagami,K., Ban-nai,T., Yamamoto,M., Muramatsu,Y., Los,I.P., Phedosenko,G.V., Korzum,V.N., Tsigankov,N.Y., and Segeda,I.I.
Health Physics   73 814-819   1997
Ban-nai,T., Muramatsu,Y., Yoshida,S., Uchida,S., Shibata,S., Ambe,S., Ambe,F., and Suzuki,A.
J. Radiation Res.   38(4) 213-218   1997

Conference Activities & Talks

Studies on transfer of Cs, Sr, Co, Mn and Zn from soil to plants and from medium to mushrooms by using radiotracer
nternational Workshop on Improvement of Environmental Transfer Models and Parameters   1996   
Radiotracer experiments on the uptake of radionuclides by mushrooms and vegetables
International Symposium on Ionsizing Radiation : Protection of the Natural Environment   1996   
Studies on Transfer of Radionuclides from Soil to Vegetables
International Workshop on Comparative Evaluation of Health Effects of Environmental Toxicants Derived from Advanced Technologies   1998   
The concentration of Cs, Sr and other elements in the water samples collected n the paddy field
International Workshop on Distribution and Speciation of Radionuclides in the Environment   2000   
Uptake of radiocesium by hypha of basidiomycetes -radiotracer experiments-
The 8th International Symposium of the Mycological Society of Japan (Part II) -New frontiers in health science assosiated with the fungi-   2002   

Research Grants & Projects

Radiation effect for fungi
The Other Research Programs