Dependence of photocarcinogenesis and photoimmunosuppression in the hairless mouse on dietary polyunsaturated fat.

@article{Reeve1996DependenceOP,
  title={Dependence of photocarcinogenesis and photoimmunosuppression in the hairless mouse on dietary polyunsaturated fat.},
  author={Vivienne Elizabeth Reeve and Mr. Sanja Bosni{\'c} and C. Boehm-Wilcox},
  journal={Cancer letters},
  year={1996},
  volume={108 2},
  pages={271-9}
}
A series of semi-purified diets containing 20% fat by weight, of increasing proportions (0, 5%, 10%, 15% or 20%) of polyunsaturated sunflower oil mixed with hydrogenated saturated cottonseed oil, was fed to groups of Skh:HR-1 hairless mice during induction and promotion of photocarcinogenesis. The photocarcinogenic response was of increasing severity as the polyunsaturated content of the mixed dietary fat was increased, whether measured as tumour incidence, tumour multiplicity, progression of… CONTINUE READING
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