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Photoreactivation: evaluation of pyrimidine dimers in ultraviolet radiation-induced cell transformation.

National Cancer Institute monograph

Sutherland BM.
PMID: 753970
Natl Cancer Inst Monogr. 1978 Dec;(50):129-32.

The PRE repairs DNA by the specific and exclusive monomerization of pyrimidine dimers. Photoreactivation thus provides an analytical test for determining the role of pyrimidine dimers in UV damage to biologic systems. We have shown the first UV transformation...

Inhibition of skin carcinogenesis in vivo by caffeine and other agents.

National Cancer Institute monograph

Zajdela F, Latarjet R.
PMID: 753971
Natl Cancer Inst Monogr. 1978 Dec;(50):133-40.

The induction of skin cancer in mice of the Swiss (Carshalton) strain, by repeated irradiation with UV-light, was strikingly reduced by the local application of caffeine prior to each exposure. Theophylline displayed the same activity. These two substances have...

Studies on keratitis in reindeer. 1. An apparatus and procedure for simulating solar ultraviolet irradiation of animals.

Zentralblatt fur Veterinarmedizin. Reihe A

Ottosson A, Rehbinder C, Lindberg P, Moell F.
PMID: 417526
Zentralbl Veterinarmed A. 1978 Jan;25(1):48-56.

No abstract available.

Ultraviolet irradiation-induced inflammation: effects of steroid and nonsteroid anti-inflammatory agents.

Archives of dermatology

Eaglestein WH, Ginsberg LD, Mertz PM.
PMID: 533286
Arch Dermatol. 1979 Dec;115(12):1421-3. doi: 10.1001/archderm.115.12.1421.

The effect of combined topical applications of a steroid and nonsteroid anti-inflammatory agent on erythema induced by ultraviolet-B irradiation (UV-B) was evaluated. In human volunteers, the combination more effectively suppressed UV-B--induced erythema than either agent alone. When applied singly,...

Erythema and conjunctivitis. Outbreak caused by inadvertent exposure to ultraviolet light.


Rose RC, Parker RL.
PMID: 470068
JAMA. 1979 Sep 14;242(11):1155-6. doi: 10.1001/jama.242.11.1155.

During August to November 1977, fifty-eight episodes of erythema or conjunctivitis or both occurred among nursing-service employees at a large state hospital. Epidemiologic investigation implicated an ultraviolet-light-producing germicidal bulb in a nursing station's desk lamp as the causative agent....

Pathogenesis of acne vulgaris.

International journal of dermatology

Leyden JJ.
PMID: 134973
Int J Dermatol. 1976 Sep;15(7):490-6. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-4362.1976.tb00714.x.

No abstract available.

Malignant melanoma of skin and sunspot activity.

Lancet (London, England)

Wigle DT.
PMID: 78226
Lancet. 1978 Jul 01;2(8079):38. doi: 10.1016/s0140-6736(78)91340-5.

No abstract available.

Some gerontologic considerations in the practice of dermatology.

Archives of dermatology

Gilchrest BA.
PMID: 507891
Arch Dermatol. 1979 Nov;115(11):1343-6.

Gerontology and geriatrics are areas of increasing importance in medicine today. Although changes in the appearance and behavior of human skin have long been noted to accompany aging, physicians have only recently begun to consider the impact of such...

[Photic skin injurues: the sense and nonsense of the "sun cult"].

Zeitschrift fur Lymphologie. Journal of lymphology

Schneider W, Tübingen.
PMID: 539058
Z Lymphol. 1979 Jun;3(1):16-20.

No abstract available.

Xeroderma pigmentosum and band-shaped nodular corneal dystrophy.

The British journal of ophthalmology

Freedman J.
PMID: 300246
Br J Ophthalmol. 1977 Feb;61(2):96-100. doi: 10.1136/bjo.61.2.96.
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A case of xeroderma pigmentosum with associated band-shaped nodular dystrophy of the cornea is discussed. Band-shapped nodular dystrophy of the cornea usually occurs in elderly Bantu men. Band-shaped nodular dystrophy in a young Bantu man suffering from a genetically...

Solar urticaria.

Archives of dermatology

Van Hecke E.
PMID: 453883
Arch Dermatol. 1979 Jun;115(6):759. doi: 10.1001/archderm.115.6.759.

No abstract available.

Interaction of methotrexate and betamethasone with experimental phototoxic inflammation to PUVA (Psoralen and UVA) in mice.

Archives of dermatological research

Ljunggren B, Möller H.
PMID: 464643
Arch Dermatol Res. 1979 Mar 31;264(2):257-60. doi: 10.1007/BF00431138.

The influence of methotrexate and of betamethasone on a following phototoxic reaction to 8-methoxypsoralen and long-wave ultraviolet light (PUVA) was studied in the mouse. High PUVA doses were not influenced by the two drugs tested. Both methotrexate and betamethasone...

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