Quantification of ultraviolet radiation-induced DNA damage in the urine of Swedish adults and children following exposure to sunlight.
Liljendahl, Tove Sandberg
(issn: 1354-750X, eissn: 1366-5804)
Ultraviolet radiation | Thymine dimer | 32P-postlabelling | Sunlight | Urine | Children | DNA damage | Human
mesheuropmc: integumentary system
DNA damage following exposure to ultraviolet radiation (UVR) is important in skin cancer development. The predominant photoproduct, cyclobutane thymine dimer (T=T), is repaired and excreted in the urine, where it provides a biomarker of exposure.
To quantify urinary ...