Benjamin Bartl

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OBJECTIVE The objective of this study was to elucidate whether complement activation occurs during the storage of RBCs in newly formulated PAGGS-M storage medium. BACKGROUND The reason for red blood cell (RBC) storage lesions is not yet fully understood. The contribution of complement to RBC storage lesion has not been extensively characterised. STUDY(More)
The term 'wax bloom' is used to describe a thin whitish crystalline layer that develops on the surface of beeswax objects under specific conditions. This phenomenon is undesirable, especially in the cases of objects with aesthetic or informational value, such as wax sculptures or historical seals. A combination of solid-state NMR and FTIR measurements(More)
Although photodynamic therapy (PDT) for the treatment of head and neck cancer has proved useful in other departments (J. Feyh, A. Goetz and W. Muller, Photodynamic therapy in head and neck surgery, J. Photochem. Photobiol. B: Biol., 7 (1990) 353-358; V.G. Schweitzer, Photodynamic therapy for treatment of head and neck cancer, Arch. Otolaryngol. Head Neck(More)
Historical beeswax seals are unique cultural heritage objects. Unfortunately, a number of historical sealing waxes show a porous structure with a strong tendency to stratification and embrittlement, which makes these objects extremely prone to mechanical damage. The understanding of beeswax degradation processes therefore plays an important role in the(More)
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