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Relationship between skin response to ultraviolet exposure and skin color type.
Sun exposure is responsible for detrimental damage ranging from sunburn to photoaging and skin cancer. This damage is likely to be influenced by constitutive pigmentation. The relationship betweenExpand
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Variations in skin colour and the biological consequences of ultraviolet radiation exposure
Harmful consequences of sun exposure range from sunburn, photoageing and pigmentary disorders to skin cancer. The incidence and extent of these detrimental effects are largely due to the degree ofExpand
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The nucleotide sequence of Saccharomyces cerevisiae chromosome VII.
The complete nucleotide sequence of Saccharomyces cerevisiae chromosome VII has 572 predicted open reading frames (ORFs), of which 341 are new. No correlation was found between G+C content and geneExpand
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Ultraviolet B induces hyperproliferation and modification of epidermal differentiation in normal human skin grafted on to nude mice
Background  For ethical and technical reasons, the in vivo biological effects of ultraviolet (UV) radiation on skin are difficult to study in human volunteers. The use of human skin grafted on toExpand
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Regulation of keratin expression by ultraviolet radiation: differential and specific effects of ultraviolet B and ultraviolet a exposure.
Skin, the most superficial tissue of our body, is the first target of environmental stimuli, among which is solar ultraviolet radiation. Very little is known about the regulation of keratin geneExpand
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Assessment of ultraviolet‐radiation‐induced DNA damage within melanocytes in skin of different constitutive pigmentation
Background  Melanoma incidence and pigmentary disorders are known to be related to the degree of skin pigmentation, but few data exist on the specific impact of ultraviolet radiation (UVR) onExpand
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New insights in photoaging, UVA induced damage and skin types
UVA radiation is the most prevalent component of solar UV radiation; it deeply penetrates into the skin and induces profound alterations of the dermal connective tissue. In recent years, theExpand
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Chemical analysis of constitutive pigmentation of human epidermis reveals constant eumelanin to pheomelanin ratio.
The skin constitutive pigmentation is given by the amount of melanin pigment, its relative composition (eu/pheomelanin) and distribution within the epidermis, and is largely responsible for theExpand
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Clinical and Biological Characterization of Skin Pigmentation Diversity and Its Consequences on UV Impact
Skin color diversity is the most variable and noticeable phenotypic trait in humans resulting from constitutive pigmentation variability. This paper will review the characterization of skinExpand
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Relationship between skin color and skin response to ultraviolet light.
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