Environmental UV photobiology
Plenum Press, 1993 - 479 pagine
In response to the overwhelming concern for possible acute and long-term effects of ozone depletion on terrestrial and aquatic life, this volume presents a comprehensive collection of review articles from an internationally acknowledged group of experts. Emphasis is on human health, with chapters on skin cancer, DNA, and vitamin D. Written for photobiologists, dermatologists, and biophysicists, this is the most thorough treatment of the subject available.
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The Atmosphere and UVB Radiation at Ground Level
Light in the Atmosphere
Biologically Active UV Radiation
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7DHC absorption Acad acid action spectrum ambient amplification factor Antarctic antigen antigen-presenting cells atmosphere Australia BCC and SCC biologically effective Cancer Inst carcinogenesis carcinogenic cell carcinoma cellular changes cyclobutane cyclobutane dimers decrease dependence Dermatol DNA damage DNA repair DNA synthesis effects of UVR Environmental epidermal exposed Fabo Figure filter flavonoids fluence fluorescent function Gruijl Holick HRRP human immune immunosuppression incidence rates increase induced inhibition Kripke lamps latitude lens lesions levels of UV-B light malignant melanoma measured mice Mitchell Natl nevi nonmelanoma skin cancer Noonan organisms ozone depletion Photobiol Photobiology Photochem photoproducts photosynthetic phytoplankton pigments plants plateau-phase population protein pulse relative response risk Scotto sensitivity solar radiation species spectral irradiance stratospheric ozone studies sun exposure sunlight surface Teramura trends tumors ultraviolet radiation Urbach urocanic acid UV dose UV irradiation UV radiation UV suppression UV-A UV-induced values vitamin D3 water column wavelengths Zigman