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Repair of 313 nanometer induced lesions and photo protection in yeast candida guilliermondii



Repair of 313 nanometer induced lesions and photo protection in yeast candida guilliermondii



Photochemistry and Photobiology 26(4): 371-376



The present communication is concerned with the effects of near-UV radiation (300-380 nm) on yeast C. guilliermondii. It was found that certain doses of 313 nm irradiation caused inactivation of the yeast which was exhibited in a way different from the lethal action of far-UV radiation. The cells inactivated by 313 nm are capable of recovering vitality, if incubated for some time in a non-nutrient medium. The yeast inactivated by far-UV radiation also proved to be capable of recovering, though to a lesser degree. Both 334 nm radiation and non-lethal doses at 313 nm induced the photoprotective effect against far-UV damage. The effect was exhibited if there was a certain time interval (2-4 h) between the exposures to photoprotective light and subsequent far-UV radiation. Within this time interval the extent of photoprotection was dependent on temperature.

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