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Proceedings of SPIE Volume 1203

Photodynamic Therapy: Mechanisms II
Editor(s): Thomas J. Dougherty
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Volume Details

Volume Number: 1203
Date Published: 1 July 1990
Softcover: 30 papers (311) pages
ISBN: 9780819402448

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Optical characteristics of intraocular tumors in the visible and near infrared
Author(s): Lars Othar Svaasand; Elisa Morinelli; Charles J. Gomer; A. Edward Profio
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Diagnosis of tumors by fluorescence: quantification of photosensitizer concentration
Author(s): A. Edward Profio; Shusen Xie; Kuang-Hsien Shu
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Factors of importance in the generation of singlet oxygen during photodynamic treatment of tumors
Author(s): John G. Parker
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In-vivo photodynamic therapy dosimeter
Author(s): J. Brian Dunn; P. Cusimano; Daniel R. Doiron; Charles J. Gomer; A. Edward Profio
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Photodetection of early cancer by laser-induced fluorescence of a tumor-selective dye: apparatus design and realization
Author(s): Georges A. Wagnieres; Christian D. Depeursinge; Philippe Monnier; Jean-Francois Savary; Piet Francois Cornaz; Andre Chatelain; Hubert van den Bergh
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Treatment planning for photodynamic therapy: semi-empirical model and clinical trials on head and neck carcinoma
Author(s): Leonard I. Grossweiner; Barry L. Wenig; Rocco V. Lobraico
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Applications of time-resolved light scattering measurements to photodynamic therapy dosimetry
Author(s): Michael S. Patterson; John David Moulton; Brian C. Wilson; Britton Chance
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Laser-induced fluorescence in medical diagnostics
Author(s): Stefan Andersson-Engels; Jonas Johansson; Katarina Svanberg; Sune Svanberg
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Spectroscopic and quantitative measurements of singlet oxygen molecules generated in laser-excited photosensitive dyes
Author(s): Shinro Mashiko; Hisatada Machida; Kunihisa Iwai; Yoshio Taguchi; Shuichi Kimura; Humio Inaba
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Use of liposomes, emulsions, or inclusion complexes may potentiate in-vivo effects of SnET2
Author(s): Greta M. Garbo
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Experience with the liposomal delivery of the photosensitizer isoBoSiNc
Author(s): Barbara W. Henderson; Eric Mayhew
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Cellular response of ovarian carcinoma cells to antibody-photosensitizer-mediated injury
Author(s): Tayyaba Hasan; M. E. Sherwood; T. Anderson; Mike Bamberg; Thomas J. Flotte; Vince R. Zurawski
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Targetable N-(2-hydroxypropyl)methacrylamide copolymer-chlorin e6 conjugates
Author(s): Jindrich Kopecek; Nancy L. Krinick; B. Rihova; K. Ulbrich
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Immunological effects of photodynamic therapy
Author(s): Patricia M. Logan; Jo-anne Newton; Anna M. Richter; Stephen Yip; Julia G. Levy
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Kinetics of tumor necrosis factor production by photodynamic-therapy-activated macrophages
Author(s): Harvey I. Pass; Steven Evans; Roger Perry; Wilbert Matthews
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Studies on the mechanism of photodynamic-therapy-induced tumor destruction
Author(s): Victor H. Fingar; Thomas Jeffery Wieman
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Porphyrin photosensitivity in cell lines expressing a heat-resistant phenotype
Author(s): Charles J. Gomer; Natalie Rucker; Sam Wong
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Canine treatment with SnET2 for photodynamic therapy
Author(s): Donita L. Frazier; Andrew J. Milligan; Tuan Vo-Dinh; Alan Raymond Morgan; Bergein F. Overholt
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Novel benzophenothiazinium photosensitizers: preliminary in-vivo results
Author(s): Anthony H. Cincotta; Louis Cincotta; James W. Foley
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Bacteriochlorophyll-a as photosensitizer for photodynamic treatment of transplantable murine tumors
Author(s): Barbara W. Henderson; William R. Potter; Adam B. Sumlin; Barbara Owczarczak; F. S. Nowakowski; Thomas J. Dougherty
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Synthesis and characterization of naphthalocyanines and phthalocyanines of use in sensitizer studies
Author(s): James R. Sounik; Lee A. Schechtman; Boris D. Rihter; William E. Ford; Michael A. J. Rodgers; Malcolm E. Kenney
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Photodynamic inactivation of enveloped viruses using sapphyrin, a 22 pi-electron expanded porphyrin: possible approaches to prophylactic blood purification protocols
Author(s): Jonathan L. Sessler; Michael J. Cyr; Bhaskar G. Maiya; Millard M. Judy; Joseph T. Newman; Helen L. Skiles; Richard L. Boriak; James Lester Matthews; Tran C. Chanh
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Effect of axial ligands and macroring substituants on the photosensitizing properties of phthalo- and naphthalocyanines
Author(s): Benoit Paquette; Rene Ouellet; Hasrat Ali; Rejean Langlois; Johan E. van Lier
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Pentamethylpyrromethene boron difluoride complexes in human ovarian cancer photodynamic therapy
Author(s): Lee Roy Morgan; Aulena Chaudhuri; Laura E. Gillen; Joseph H. Boyer; Lionel T. Wolford
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Comparative studies of selected porphyrin photosensitizers
Author(s): Fred M. Johnson; Benjamin Ehrenberg; Eitan Gross
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Synthetic approaches to long-wavelength-absorbing photosensitizers: porphyrinone and derivatives
Author(s): Chi Kwong Chang; Chariklia Sotiriou; Weishih Wu
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Uptake, retention, and phototoxicity of cationic phenoxazines photosensitizers in tumor cells in culture
Author(s): Chi-Wei Lin; Janine R. Shulok; Yau Kai Wong; Louis Cincotta; James W. Foley
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Potential new photosensitizers for photodynamic therapy
Author(s): Yau-Kwan Ho; Ravindra K. Pandey; Adam B. Sumlin; Joseph R. Missert; David A. Bellnier; Thomas J. Dougherty
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Fluorescent-tip optical fiber probe for quantitative light dosimetry in light scattering media and in tissue
Author(s): Lothar D. Lilge; Thomas J. Flotte; Irene E. Kochevar; James W. Foley; Brian C. Wilson
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Enhanced toxicity in chemotherapeutic drug Epirubicin-treated human bladder cancer cells after pulsed versus continuous irradiation
Author(s): Manfred Steinmetz; Heyke Cacile Diddens
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