L’énigme de l’interprétation biologique du modèle linéaire-quadratique enfin résolue ? Une synthèse pour les non-mathématiciens

Published on Jun 1, 2016in Cancer Radiotherapie1.014
· DOI :10.1016/J.CANRAD.2016.02.014
Larry Bodgi8
Estimated H-index: 8
(French Institute of Health and Medical Research),
Aurélien Canet3
Estimated H-index: 3
(French Institute of Health and Medical Research)
+ 4 AuthorsNicolas Foray30
Estimated H-index: 30
(French Institute of Health and Medical Research)
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Abstract
Resume Le modele lineaire-quadratique (LQ) est aujourd’hui la seule relation mathematique liant la survie cellulaire et la dose de radiation qui soit suffisamment consensuelle pour que radiotherapeutes et radiobiologistes l’utilisent regulierement dans leurs interpretations des phenomenes radioinduits. Pourtant, cette formule proposee dans les annees 1970 et les parametres α et β sur lesquels elle est basee sont restes sans signification biologique coherente. A partir d’une collection de fibroblastes cutanes de radiosensibilite differente constituee pendant 12 ans par plus de 50 radiotherapeutes francais, nous avons mis recemment en evidence que la proteine ATM, acteur majeur de la reponse aux radiations ionisantes, diffuse du cytoplasme au noyau apres irradiation. La mise en evidence de ce transit cytonucleaire de la proteine ATM nous a permis de fournir une interpretation biologique coherente du modele lineaire-quadratique dans ses aspects les plus mathematiques, validee par une centaine de cas. Une explication mecanistique de la radiosensibilite des syndromes causes par des mutations de proteines cytoplasmiques et du phenomene d’hypersensibilite aux faibles doses a pu etre aussi avancee. Dans cette revue, nous avons aborde la resolution de ce modele lineaire-quadratique de facon didactique, en se limitant strictement aux aspects mathematiques les plus essentiels.
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