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This phenomenon seems to play a role in photosensitivity maintenance, particularly in cases involving certain classical allergens that have a high phototoallergic poten-tial, such as tetrachloro salicylanilide, musk ambrette, sulfanila-mide, lichen acid mix, and P-aminobenzoic acid
(3) Vitamin premix contained the following amount which were diluted in cellulose (g-kg mix): L-ascorbic acid, 121.2; DL-[alpha]-tocopheryl acetate, 18.8; thiamin hydrochloride, 2.7; riboflavin, 9.1; pyridoxine hydrochloride, 1.8; niacin, 36.4; Ca-D-pantothenate, 12.7; myo-inositol, 181.8; D-biotin, 0.27; folic acid (98%), 0.68; p-aminobenzoic acid
, 18.2; menadione, 1.8; retinyl acetate, 0.73; cholecalciferol, 0.003; cyanocobalamin, 0.003.
These were left to acclimatize in the Experimental Animal House Unit of the Department of Biochemistry, UNN, for 5 days, and were given standard mice feed supplemented with p-aminobenzoic acid
(45 mg/kg) and water ad libitum.
Ova were washed and fertilized in 3-4 mmol [1.sup.-1] p-aminobenzoic acid
(PABA) in 0.2-[micro]m filtered seawater (FSW) at pH 7.8.