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Synonyms for ultraviolet

having or employing wavelengths shorter than light but longer than X-rays

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According to our aim of this experiment, we divided our cells into three groups, one group treated with 40 mJ/cm [sup]2 of UVB irradiation, one with 80 mJ/cm [sup]2, and the rest one, as a control group, with the same culture except UVB irradiation.
Otro estudio con veinte pacientes en estadios IA, IB o IIA que se dividieron asi: grupo I (10 pacientes, ocho con estadio en parches y dos en placas) recibieron NB-UVB en hemicuerpo derecho y PUVA en hemicuerpo izquierdo durante 48 sesiones, y el grupo II (10 pacientes, seis con estadio en parches y cuatro en placas) recibieron NB- UVB mas psoralenos en hemicuerpo derecho y PUVA en hemicuerpo izquierdo, con un total de 36 sesiones.
UVB exposure visibly increased wrinkle formation compared to the control group, whereas MHY498 treatment markedly reduced it (Figures 2(a)-2(d)).
We utilized two survey methods: spot-check surveys to measure UVB irradiance at the locations of individual lizards encountered in the field, and focal-retrace observations to measure UVB dose of single individuals observed over periods of time.
Carbon particulates in the air from the burning of fossil fuels, wood, and other materials scatter and absorb UVB rays.
They will be given either vitamin D supplements or have a series of UVB therapy treatments currently used to treat dermatology patients at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary.
At higher latitudes, the amount of UVB light reaching the earth's surface goes down in winter.
Premature skin aging from UV exposure has gotten a lot of attention in the last 10 years, but most researchers have focused on UVB rays, which cause sunburn," says first author Frank Wang, M.
Abstract: The object of this study was to establish a minimum dose of ultraviolet B (UVB) radiation capable of producing an erythemal reaction in budgerigars (Melopsittacus undulatus), to determine a threshold dose of UVB for vitamin D photoconversion, and to investigate the use of safer UVB wavelengths.
KEY WORDS: Psoriasis, Photochemotherapy, Ultraviolet radiation, Psoralen, UVB.
The addition of AX (at 8 [micro]m) to human keratinocytes even after UVB irradiation significantly down-regulated the increased secretion of PGE(2) or IL-8.
But the effect of UVB exposure was only evident among older women, possibly because younger women are more aware of the hazards of sunlight and so cover up with sun block, suggest the authors.