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Effects of ultraviolet light on mouse L cells.

Published in [Toronto] .

Written in English

Subjects:

• Cell division (Biology),
• Cytology,
• Mice,
• Ultra-violet rays -- Physiological effect

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The Physical Object ID Numbers Contributions Toronto, Ont. University. Pagination 105 leaves. Number of Pages 105 Open Library OL20174868M

Damage produced by low exposures of ultraviolet-light (UV) irradiation exerts a specific effect on mouse L cells during their passage through their first S phase after irradiation. Previous results showed that irradiation of a synchronized cell population occupying late G 1 to early S phase wor$\ {\rm ergs}/{\rm mm}^{2}$ of UV Cited by: To evaluate the etiologic role of ultraviolet (UV) radiation in acquired dermal melanocytosis (ADM), we investigated the effects of UVA and UVB irradiation on the development and differentiation of melanocytes in primary cultures of mouse neural crest cells (NCC) by counting the numbers of cells positive for KIT (the receptor for stem cell factor) and for the L ‐3,4‐dihydroxyphenylalanine Cited by: 1.

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Exp Cell Res. Jan; Effects of ultraviolet light on multiplication and deoxyribonucleic acid synthesis in cultures of L strain mouse cells. The effect of in vivo ultraviolet−B radiation to the activity of mouse macrophage measured by NO2− production Comparison with TNF alpha (in Japanese) January Inflammation and.

Radiat Res. Jul;47(1) A comparison of the sensitivity to ultraviolet light of mouse L cells and mouse bone marrow cells assayed in vitro. We then examined the effects of UV light on KIT-positive cell lines derived from mouse NCC cultures.

Irradiation with UVA but not with UVB inhibited the tyrosinase activity in a tyrosinase-positive cell line (NCCmelan5). Tyrosinase activity in the cells was markedly enhanced by treatment with alpha-melanocyte-stimulating hormone (alpha-MSH), but that stimulation was inhibited by UVA or by UVB. Basically, UV kills cells because of the accumulation of DNA damage.

A gene product, called p53, is one of the responsible parties for slowing the cell cycle and checking for damage. If the damage. UV-reactivation, virus production and mutagenesis of SV40 in VU-irradiated monkey kidney cells.

Mutat Res. Jun; 71 (1)– Cornelis JJ, Su ZZ, Ward DC, Rommelaere J. Indirect induction of mutagenesis of intact parvovirus H-1 in mammalian cells treated with UV light or with UV-irradiated H-1 or simian virus thermostat (Lauda).

Immediately after near ultraviolet and visible light (VL) exposure, the cells were thoroughly washed with medium and kept singly or in groups of 10 in Syracuse watch glasses together with Effects of ultraviolet light on mouse L cells.

book organisms. Cells treated identically but without VL exposure were used as controls. The Effect of Ultraviolet Light on Cell Viability, DNA Damage and Repair in Hutchinson-Gilford Progeria Syndrome and BJ Fibroblasts A thesis presented to The faculty of the Department of Biological Sciences East Tennessee State University In partial fulfillment of the requirements for the.

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It was shown that both in vitro and in vivo radiation produced oxidation products of lipids that inhibited the activity of certain oxidative enzymes, depolymerized desoxyribonucleoprotein, inhibited the division of marine eggs, and retarded. Abstract. Ultraviolet light (UV) has been extensively used as a damage inducing agent in mammalian cells in in vitro cell cultures.

The wavelengths studied have been primarily in the range of nm where deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) absorbs most strongly. Hi there, UV light is cytotoxic and directly interacts with DNA in cells to cause damage that may include apoptosis or mutagenesis.

This damage is proportional to the intensity and duration of. Exposure to the solar ultraviolet spectrum that penetrates the Earth's stratosphere (UVA and UVB) causes cellular DNA damage within skin cells. This damage is elicited directly through absorption of energy (UVB), and indirectly through intermediates such as sensitizer radicals and reactive oxygen species (UVA).

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UV radiation can often cause DNA mutations and damage cells. It was tested how the time of exposure to UV light is correlated to the reversion on the mutation of the trp allele on yeast cells, as well if it has any effect on the number of yeast.

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Ultraviolet (UV) radiation is known to inhibit cell growth and induce gene damage (1). For these reasons, UV radiation is used as a method to sterilize surgical instruments because it kills the bacteria present and disrupts bacterial reproduction (2).

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Interestingly, BALB/c but not NZM mice demonstrated a significant increase in T Reg cell numbers 24hrs post UVB treatment (Fig. 3A and B). Strikingly, a significant increase in activated, CD69 + T Reg cells. To understand the mutagenic effects of UV irradiation on a molecular level, it is a well-known fact that short wavelength rays (such as UV) interact with water molecules in the cell to produce free radicals (-OH).

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