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Terenetskaya, I., Orlova, T. & Kapinos, P. (2012) Adequate UV Exposures for healthy life: in situ monitoring and model calculation of the vitamin-D-synthetoc capacity of sunlight. Chemistry Journal of Moldova, 7 98–103. 
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Resource type: Journal Article
BibTeX citation key: Terenetskaya2012
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Categories: Englisch = English
Creators: Kapinos, Orlova, Terenetskaya
Collection: Chemistry Journal of Moldova
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Vitamin D which is formed upon UV solar radiation in human skin is essential in many physiological functions. To estimate beneficial vitamin-D-synthetic capacity of sunlight a bio-equivalent UV dosimeter that is based on the same molecular photochemistry from which vitamin D is photosynthesized in human skin has been developed. The examples of an in situ monitoring of the vitamin-D-synthetic capacity of sunlight using an in vitro model of vitamin D synthesis are presented, and various operational principles of the UV biodosimeter are discussed. In addition, reliable algorithm is presented for direct calculation of previtamin D3 accumulation using the photoreaction mathematical model with solar UV spectra as input data. Critical dependence of previtamin D3 accumulation on cloudiness and aerosols is demonstrated.
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