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In briefs submitted to the US Court of Appeals to the DC Circuit the plaintiffs two researchers who study adult stem cells argue that UC hasn’t justified why it should be allowed to join at this late stage more than a year after the plaintiffs originally sued The Justice Department which is defending the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the Department of Health and Human Services says that although UC "has a valuable and significant perspective to offer" making it a party to the case would invite more universities to weigh in and would slow the appeal down Instead Justice attorneys suggest that UC should submit an amicus (friend of the court) brief supporting the government’s position Both sides say UC’s interests are adequately represented by the government At 10 am on Monday 27 September the appeals court will hear oral arguments about whether the court should issue a longer stay of a district court’s 23 August preliminary injunction that halted hESC research for more than 2 weeks See our complete coverage of this issue Stepping under the shade of an umbrella after soaking in some sun might feel like an instant cool but your skin cells have a postsunshine hangover that lasts for hours In fact molecules excited by the ultraviolet (UV) rays keep on damaging the DNA in skin cells even in complete darkness researchers have discovered The finding could lead to a new generation of skin cancer preventives that are applied after a day in the sun and block these delayed effects “This is an interesting unexpected and very important new mechanism of skin damage by UV radiation” says dermatologist David Fisher of Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston who was not involved in the work When UV rays from sunlight—or a tanning bed—hit skin cells the radiation damages genes causing extra chemical bonds to form between the building blocks of DNA Over time these genetic changes accumulate and can make cells more prone to the skin cancer melanoma But when radiology researcher Douglas Brash of Yale University tracked the timing of these genetic changes in isolated skin cells he found that the extra bonds in the DNA didn’t stop forming when UV rays stopped For more than 3 hours after cells were exposed to UV light the DNA damage kept increasing “What this means is that we’ve been underestimating the amount of DNA damage that people are getting from UV exposure” Brash says He and his collaborators went on to show in both mouse and human skin cells that the lingering damaging effects of UV rays were dependent on melanin the pigment that gives skin its color High levels of melanin in dark-skinned people are typically associated with protection against melanoma because the melanin absorbs UV energy preventing it from causing DNA damage But Brash found a second role for the pigment When UV rays hit skin cells they cause a cascading reaction that puts melanin in an excited state For hours afterward even if the cells are in darkness the energy from the excited melanin can keep damaging DNA the scientists report online today in Science The new paper is “extraordinarily important and elegantly done” says Frank Meyskens a melanoma researcher at the University of California Irvine It finally explains a longtime clinical observation that has stumped researchers he says: why black albinos in Africa have such low rates of melanoma Without any melanin in their skin they don’t get the protective effects of the pigment yet they also don’t have the long-term damage after sun exposure that comes with excited melanin The research also suggests a new way to prevent melanoma “If we can divert the energy from the excited melanin before it gets transferred we might be able to intervene” Brash says In the new study his group found that vitamin E lotion diminished some of the delayed effects of UV rays but he suspects there are other compounds that could work even better “If you look at the data out there on current sunscreens and skin cancer prevention it’s not so great” Fisher says “But this new finding could really give us new opportunities to improve” Related content:Written by Express News Service | Lucknow | Published: July 1 2009 1:55 am Related News The Chief Information Commissioner (CIC) Ranjeet Singh Pankaj and Information Commissioner Gyan Prakash Maurya were administered the oath of their office on Tuesday Before his appointmentPankaj was posted as a secretary-rank officer in the states mining department He had also served as the DM of Siddarth Nagar and Gorakhpur Born on October 131949Pankaj had done his MSc in chemistry from Agra College in 1970 and later got a law degree In 1973he cleared the UPPCS examination My first posting was as deputy collector of Pratapgarh?adding that speed is not impropriety and should instead be rewarded.

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