photocarcinogenesis

photocarcinogenesis

(fō-tō-căr-sĭn-ō-jĕn′ĕ-sĭs)
Malignant skin damage caused by exposure to ultraviolet rays.
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Beside its effect on photoaging, ER is linked to photocarcinogenesis.
NTP Technical Report on the Photocarcinogenesis Study of Retinoic Acid and Retinyl Palmitate (CAS Nos.
Numerous investigations have documented that exposure of the skin to the ultraviolet B (290-320 nm [UVB]) and UVA (320-400 nm) components of sunlight is the most important cause of cutaneous photodamage, including photocarcinogenesis and photoaging [1-3].
The core technology, involving use of the human gene for elastin as a photoaging and photocarcinogenesis model, was developed by Dr.
Polypodium leucotomos not only has short-term effects such as inhibiting reactive oxygen species (free radicals) production and DNA damage, but the short-term effects "translate into long-term prevention of photoaging and photocarcinogenesis," Dr.
Silibinin inhibits inflammatory and angiogenic attributes in photocarcinogenesis in SKH-1 hairless mice.
Comments: Green Tea Extract has been shown in skin painting studies to afford protecton against chemical carcinogenesis as well as photocarcinogenesis.
Photocarcinogenesis and susceptibility to UV radiation in the v-Ha-ras transgenic Tg.
These short-term effects translate into long-term prevention of photoaging and photocarcinogenesis.