Ultraviolet radiation and free radical damage to skin.

@article{Tyrrell1995UltravioletRA,
  title={Ultraviolet radiation and free radical damage to skin.},
  author={Rex Michael Tyrrell},
  journal={Biochemical Society symposium},
  year={1995},
  volume={61},
  pages={47-53}
}
Solar UVB (290-320 nm) and particularly UVA (320-380 nm) radiations have a capacity to generate reactive chemical species, including free radicals, in cells. These intermediates have been shown to be involved in various biological effects in cultured human skin cells (e.g. cell death) and skin (e.g. erythema). Endogenous glutathione is a critical molecule in protection against the cytotoxic effects of both wavelength ranges. Although there is evidence from cellular studies for the involvement… CONTINUE READING

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