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On the role of protoporphyrin IX photoproducts in photodynamic therapy.
Quantification of the selective retention of palladium octabutoxynaphthalocyanine, a potential photothermal drug, in mouse tissues.
The Monitoring of ALA-Induced Protoporphyrin IX Accumulation and Clearance in Patients with Skin Lesions by In Vivo Surface-Detected Fluorescence Spectroscopy
- A. Golub, E. F. Gudgin Dickson, J. Kennedy, S. Marcus, Y. Park, R. Pottier
- MedicineLasers in Medical Science
- 1 June 1999
Although all three lesions tested did show enhanced PpIX fluorescence as compared with normal skin, there was considerable lesion-to-lesion variability and thick psoriatic plaques seem to give longer Ppix retention times than those of thin lesions.
New directions in photodynamic therapy.
This chapter outlines the major limitations of PDT and speculates on the possible improvements that are required in order to advance PDT to a front line therapy.
Assessment of noncoherent light sources for photodynamic therapy
- R. Pottier, E. F. Gudgin Dickson, P. Nadeau, H. Wieland, K. Sosin, J. Kennedy
- PhysicsOther Conferences
- 8 October 1994
Several types of non-coherent light sources can be used for dermatological applications of photodynamic therapy (PDT). Such sources are relatively inexpensive, stable, and easy to operate, requiring…
Evaluation of sensors for use inside chemical protective suits
- D. Russell, E. J. Duncan, Stephen Hunt, E. F. Gudgin Dickson, G. Weagle
- Environmental ScienceOptics East
- 30 November 1999
Organizations such as the military, hazardous materials units, first responders and industries involved in the processing and manufacture of chemicals all have requirements for specialized whole body…