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 change of the conformation of hemoglobin hematoporphyrin (both cytoplasmic and membrane-bound) is may be interconnected with changes in the morphometric indicators of erythrocytes (erythrocyte surface area, phase height, phase volume, and hemoglobin distribution).
Merchat, "Photosensitizing activity of hematoporphyrin on Staphylococcus aureus cells," Biochimica et Biophysica Acta--General Subjects, vol.
synthesized a conjugate of hematoporphyrin with gold nanoparticles for PDT; they compared the PDT efficiency in vitro of hematoporphyrin-gold nanocomposites with different diameter.
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.
Leung, "Cellular uptake, subcellular localization and photodamaging effect of Temoporfin (mTHPC) in nasopharyngeal carcinoma cells: comparison with hematoporphyrin derivative," Cancer Letters, vol.
Photofrin[R] (dihematoporphyrin ether), available for 30 years in its commercial form, and hematoporphyrin derivatives (HPDs) are referred to as first-generation sensitizers.
Upon illumination hematoporphyrin or its derivatives visible-absorbing photoproducts were observed by some researchers (Mang et al., 1987; Moan and Kessel, 1988).
Protective effect of quercetin and rutin on photosensitized lysis of human erythrocytes in the presence of hematoporphyrin. Biochem Biophys Acta 1982;799:313-17.
Protective effect of quercetin and rutin on photosensitised lysis of human erythocytes in the presence of hematoporphyrin. Biochim.
One of the most dramatic demonstrations of porphyrin photosensitization was reported by Meyer-Betz, an Austrian physician, who injected himseli with 200 mg of hematoporphyrin IX.
Uptake and retention of hematoporphyrin derivative in an in vivo/in vitro model of cerebral glioma.