UVB radiation induced effects on cells studied by FTIR spectroscopy (Articolo in rivista)

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  • UVB radiation induced effects on cells studied by FTIR spectroscopy (Articolo in rivista) (literal)
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  • 2010-01-01T00:00:00+01:00 (literal)
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  • 10.1007/s00249-009-0446-9 (literal)
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  • L. Di Giambattista1; P. Grimaldi2; S. Gaudenzi3; D. Pozzi4; M. Grandi5; S. Morrone6; I. Silvestri7; A. Congiu Castellano8 (2010)
    UVB radiation induced effects on cells studied by FTIR spectroscopy
    in European biophysics journal
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  • L. Di Giambattista1; P. Grimaldi2; S. Gaudenzi3; D. Pozzi4; M. Grandi5; S. Morrone6; I. Silvestri7; A. Congiu Castellano8 (literal)
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  • 929 (literal)
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  • 39 (literal)
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  • 6 (literal)
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  • 1,2,3,8=Dipartimento di Fisica, Universit√† di Roma Sapienza, Piaz.le A. Moro, 2, 00185 Rome, Italy; 1=CISB (Interdepartmental Research Centre for Biomedical Systems Models and Information Analysis), Rome, Italy; 4,6,7=Dipartimento di Medicina Sperimentale, Universit√† di Roma Sapienza, V.le Regina Elena, 324, 00161 Rome, Italy 5=Poliambulatorio La Torre, V. M. Ponzio,10, 10141 Torino, Italy (literal)
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  • UVB radiation induced effects on cells studied by FTIR spectroscopy (literal)
Abstract
  • Abstract We have made a preliminary analysis of the results about the eVects on tumoral cell line (lymphoid T cell line Jurkat) induced by UVB radiation (dose of 310 mJ/cm2) with and without a vegetable mixture. In the present study, we have used two techniques: Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR) and Xow cytometry. FTIR spectroscopy has the potential to provide the identiWcation of the vibrational modes of some of the major compounds (lipid, proteins and nucleic acids) without being invasive in the biomaterials. The second technique has allowed us to perform measurements of cytotoxicity and to assess the percentage of apoptosis. We already studied the induction of apoptotic process in the same cell line by UVB radiation; in particular, we looked for correspondences and correlations between FTIR spetroscopy and Xow cytometry data Wnding three highly probable spectroscopic markers of apoptosis (Pozzi et al. in Radiat Res 168:698-705, 2007). In the present work, the results have shown signiWcant changes in the absorbance and spectral pattern in the wavenumber protein and nucleic acids regions after the treatments. (literal)
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