DNA Photodamage Induced by UV Phototherapy Lamps and Sunlamps in Human Skin In Situ and its Potential Importance for Skin Cancer

Xu, Guogang; Marcusson, Jan A.; Hemminki, Kari
January 2001
Journal of Investigative Dermatology;Jan2001, Vol. 116 Issue 1, p194
Academic Journal
Comments on the treatment of the ultraviolet radiation from artificial sunlamps on the skin diseases. Application of the UVR photochemotherapy; Inducement of the mutagenic and carcinogenic DNA lesions; Use of anesthetization with Xylocaine-epinephrine.


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