- Vandetanib-induced phototoxicity in human keratinocytes NCTC-2544.
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- The phototoxicity of the new anticancer drug vandetanib was evaluated using human keratinocyte cell line, NCTC-2544. This study was started since many clinical cases of vandetanib photosensitizing reactions were recently reported in literature. Vandetanib induces a clear drop in human keratinocytes
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- Analysis of amyloid nanostructures using photo-cross-linking: in situ comparison of three widely used photo-cross-linkers.
- Preston GW1, Radford SE, Ashcroft AE, Wilson AJ.
- ACS chemical biology.ACS Chem Biol.2014 Mar 21;9(3):761-8. doi: 10.1021/cb400731s. Epub 2014 Jan 13.
- Photoinduced cross-linking (PIC) has become a powerful tool in chemical biology for the identification and mapping of stable or transient interactions between biomacromolecules and their (unknown) ligands. However, the value of PIC for in vitro and in vivo structural proteomics can be realized only
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- Sunlight, ultraviolet radiation, vitamin D and skin cancer: how much sunlight do we need?
- Holick MF.
- Advances in experimental medicine and biology.Adv Exp Med Biol.2014;810:1-16.
- Vitamin D is the sunshine vitamin for good reason. During exposure to sunlight, the UV B photons enter the skin and photolyze 7-dehydrocholesterol to previtamin D3 which in turn is isomerized by the body's temperature to vitamin D3. Most humans have depended on sun for their vitamin D requirement. S
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- Definition of photolyze from the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary with audio pronunciations, thesaurus, Word of the Day, and word games.
- /ˈfoʊt lˌaɪz/ Show Spelled [foht-l-ahyz] Show IPA verb, pho·to·lyzed, pho·to·lyz· ing. Chemistry. verb (used with object). 1. to break down molecules with light. verb (used without object). 2. to experience photolysis. Also, especially British ...