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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bryoniae leafminers, for behavioral reasons, were found to be more sensitive than males to hematoporphyrin dimethyl ether and other photosensitizers like acridine orange, aminolevulinic acid and methylene blue (Luksiene et al.
A direct correlation between hematoporphyrin IX and ROS generation in larvae of C.
Oxygen dependence of hematoporphyrin derivative-induced photoinactivation of Chinese hamster cells.
Hydrogen peroxide, superoxide, and hydroxyl radicals are involved in the phototoxic action of hematoporphyrin derivative against tumor cells.
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.
Hematoporphyrin derivative: A photosensitizing agent, a substance that makes cells more sensitive to light.
manipulated the generation of intracellular ROS by the use of photosensitizer hematoporphyrin (HP) and examined their specific role in activating DCs.
7) First genetation include photofrin (most extensively used) and hematoporphyrin derivatives (HPD).
Effects of light exposure on the uptake and destruction of hematoporphyrin derivative in Ehrlich carcinoma cell suspension.
Quantum yields and kinetics of the photobleaching of hematoporphyrin, photofrin II, tetra(4-sulfonatophenyl)-porphine and uroporphyrin.
In addition, chemical treatment could perhaps yield some hematoporphyrin, with a loss of fluorescence, whereas enzymatic digestion could produce porphyrin-peptide fragments (X porphyrins) with a loss of stoichiometric relationships.