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- Diniz, Raiane R.; Paiva, Juliana P.; Aquino, Renan M.; Gonçalves, Tula C.W.; Leitão, Alvaro C.; Santos, Bianca Aloise M.C.; Pinto, Alicia V.; Leandro, Katia C.; de Pádula, Marcelo
- Journal of photochemistry and photobiology 2019
- UV filters, etc ; Saccharomyces cerevisiae; environmental factors; humans; industry; irradiation; models; mutants; phototoxicity; radiation resistance; risk; screening; solar radiation; sunscreens; titanium dioxide; ultraviolet radiation; yeasts; Show all 17 Subjects
- ... Although several short-term assays are available for cosmetic photosafety assessment, cell models are usually highly sensitive to UV radiation, tending to overestimate both phototoxic and photomutagenic risks. In addition, these assays are performed with UV doses/fluences that do not correspond to actual environmental conditions. In this sense, Saccharomyces cerevisiae has already proved to be an ...
- da Silva, Anne C.P.; Paiva, Juliana P.; Diniz, Raiane R.; dos Anjos, Vitor M.; Silva, Ana Beatriz S.M.; Pinto, Alicia Viviana; dos Santos, Elisabete P.; Leitão, Alvaro C.; Cabral, Lucio M.; Rodrigues, Carlos R.; de Pádula, Marcelo; Santos, Bianca Aloise M.C.
- Journal of photochemistry and photobiology 2019 v.193 pp. 162-171
- UV filters, etc ; Olea europaea; Polypodium; absorption; antioxidants; leaf extracts; leaves; oleuropein; olive oil; olives; photochemistry; photostability; polyphenols; pruning; resveratrol; sunscreens; synergism; topical application; wastes; yeasts; Show all 20 Subjects
- ... Olive leaves contain higher amount of polyphenols than olive oil and represent a waste product from olive harvest and pruning of olive trees. The most abundant compound in olive leaves is oleuropein. Benefits of the topical application of olive leaves extract were previously reported, but little information is available on its photoprotective potential and the result of the association of this ext ...