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Biological Effects Induced by Ultraviolet Radiation in Human Fibroblasts

By Silvana Gaiba, Vanina M. Tucci-Viegas, Lucimar P. Franca, Fernanda Lasakosvitsch, Fernanda L. A. Azevedo, Andrea A. F. S. Moraes, Alice T. Ferreira and Jeronimo P. Franca

Submitted: June 20th 2011Published: June 13th 2012

DOI: 10.5772/45630

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Silvana Gaiba, Vanina M. Tucci-Viegas, Lucimar P. Franca, Fernanda Lasakosvitsch, Fernanda L. A. Azevedo, Andrea A. F. S. Moraes, Alice T. Ferreira and Jeronimo P. Franca (June 13th 2012). Biological Effects Induced by Ultraviolet Radiation in Human Fibroblasts, Flow Cytometry - Recent Perspectives, Ingrid Schmid, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/45630. Available from:

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