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A mutation in the histidase gene sensitizes mice to UVB-induced DNA damage: evidence for the photoprotective role of endogenously produced urocanic acid

Barresi, C; Stremnitzer, C; Mlitz, V; Kezic, S; Ghannadan, M; Buchberger, M; ... Eckhart, L; + view all (2009) A mutation in the histidase gene sensitizes mice to UVB-induced DNA damage: evidence for the photoprotective role of endogenously produced urocanic acid. In: JOURNAL OF INVESTIGATIVE DERMATOLOGY. (pp. S31 - S31). NATURE PUBLISHING GROUP

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Type:Proceedings paper
Title:A mutation in the histidase gene sensitizes mice to UVB-induced DNA damage: evidence for the photoprotective role of endogenously produced urocanic acid
Event:39th Annual European-Society-for-Dermatological-Research
Location:Budapest, HUNGARY
Dates:2009-09-10

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