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- Ryu, BoMi; Ahn, Byul-Nim; Kang, Kyong-Hwa; Kim, Young-Sang; Li, Yong-Xin; Kong, Chang-Suk; Kim, Se-Kwon; Kim, Dong Gyu
- Journal of photochemistry and photobiology 2015 v.153 pp. 352-357
- Ecklonia, etc ; DNA; apoptosis; caspases; erythema; genes; humans; irradiation; keratinocytes; leather tanning; protective effect; sunburn; ultraviolet radiation; Show all 13 Subjects
- ... Although ultraviolet B (UVB) has a low level of skin penetration, it readily results in epidermal sunburn of keratinocytes that are destined to apoptosis after sun expose, and leads to DNA damage.Dioxinodehydroeckol (DHE), a phlorotannin from Ecklonia cava has been explored for its preventive activity against UVB-induced apoptosis in human keratinocyte (HaCaT) cells; however, the protective effect ...
- Marzinelli, Ezequiel M.; Campbell, Alexandra H.; Zozaya Valdes, Enrique; Vergés, Adriana; Nielsen, Shaun; Wernberg, Thomas; Bettignies, Thibaut; Bennett, Scott; Caporaso, J. Gregory; Thomas, Torsten; Steinberg, Peter D.
- Environmental microbiology 2015 v.17 no.10 pp. 4078-4088
- Ecklonia radiata, etc ; bacterial communities; biogeography; community structure; genes; hosts; humans; latitude; longitude; macroalgae; phylogeny; Australia; Show all 12 Subjects
- ... Interactions between hosts and associated microbial communities can fundamentally shape the development and ecology of ‘holobionts’, from humans to marine habitat‐forming organisms such as seaweeds. In marine systems, planktonic microbial community structure is mainly driven by geography and related environmental factors, but the large‐scale drivers of host‐associated microbial communities are lar ...