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- Zelentsova, Ekaterina A.; Yanshole, Lyudmila V.; Fursova, Anjella Zh.; Tsentalovich, Yuri P.
- Journal of photochemistry and photobiology 2017 v.173 pp. 318-324
- UV filters, etc ; absorption; cataract; crystallins; fluorescence; humans; metabolites; metabolomics; optical properties; post-translational modification; ultraviolet radiation; Show all 11 Subjects
- ... The absorption and fluorescence properties of the metabolomic (MET), water-soluble and urea-soluble protein fractions from the middle-age, aged, and cataractous human lenses have been measured. At 280nm and 300nm the major lens absorbers are crystallins, which absorb more than 90% of light in the UV-B region (280–315nm). In middle-aged lenses, the absorption at 360nm is mostly provided by UV filte ...
- Ajmala Shireen, P.; Abdul Mujeeb, V.M.; Muraleedharan, K.
- Journal of photochemistry and photobiology 2017 v.170 pp. 286-294
- UV filters, etc ; absorption; antioxidants; chemical elements; flavanones; ingredients; methodology; quercetin; skin neoplasms; sunburn; sunscreens; ultraviolet radiation; Show all 12 Subjects
- ... UV radiations can cause several irritations to the skin like sunburn, photo aging and even skin cancer. Sunscreens are widely used to protect the skin against these harmful radiations. One of the ingredients present in these sunscreens are organic molecules capable of absorbing these harmful radiations. Recently, the search is on for antioxidant molecules which can act as UV filters as they can fa ...