Mouse screening test for evaluating protection to longwave ultraviolet radiation

The British Journal of Dermatology
J Barth

Abstract

Albino mice photosensitized to psoralens were used for evaluating a sun-barrier preparation for use against longwave ultraviolet radiation. The difference in thickness of the treated and control ears at various times after irradiation was used as a measure of photoprotection.

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