hematoporphyrin


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hematoporphyrin

[¦he·məd·ō¦pȯr·fə·rən]
(biochemistry)
C34H38O6N Iron-free heme, a porphyrin obtained by treating hemoglobin with sulfuric acid in vitro. Also known as hemoporphyrin.
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A direct correlation between hematoporphyrin IX and ROS generation in larvae of C.
It is worth to mention that hematoporphyrin IX and hematoporphyrin formula did not induce significant changes in total proteins, lipids and carbohydrates in larvae of C.
pipiens treated with hematoporphyrin (Salama et al.
Hydrogen peroxide, superoxide, and hydroxyl radicals are involved in the phototoxic action of hematoporphyrin derivative against tumor cells.
Photoenhancement of lipid peroxidation associated with the generation of reactive oxygen species in hepatic microsomes of hematoporphyrin derivative-treated rats.
A novel mechanism for the generation of superoxide anions in hematoporphyrin derivative-mediated cutaneous photosensitization.
The Sensitizing Action of Hematoporphyrin,' Biochemische Zeitschrift, 30:276-316, 1911.
Morstyn, 'Uptake of Hematoporphyrin Derivative by Normal and Malignant Cells: Effect of Serum, pH, Temperature and Cell Size.
Olsen, 'The Use of a Derivative of Hematoporphyrin in Tumor Detection,' Journal of the National Cancer Institute, 26:1-8, 1961.
Quantum yields and kinetics of the photobleaching of hematoporphyrin, photofrin II, tetra(4-sulfonatophenyl)-porphine and uroporphyrin.
Quantum yields of singlet oxygen production by monomeric and aggregated forms of hematoporphyrin derivative.
Investigation on the free radical producing effect of hematoporphyrin (a spin trapping study).