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Fast and accurate characterization of biological membranes by EPR spectral simulations of nitroxides.
A method by which it is possible to characterize the membranes of biological samples on the basis of the EPR spectral lineshape simulation of membrane-dissolved nitroxide spin probes is described.Expand
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Effects of UV light irradiation on colour stability of thermally modified, copper ethanolamine treated and non-modified wood: EPR and DRIFT spectroscopic studies
A series of experiments were carried out to investigate the colour stability of chemically treated and thermally modified wood compared to non-modified wood during long term artificial UV lightExpand
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Vascular disrupting action of electroporation and electrochemotherapy with bleomycin in murine sarcoma
Electrochemotherapy has a direct cytotoxic effect on tumour cells, and presumably, a vascular disrupting effect. In this study, on the basis of the prediction of the mathematical model, histologicalExpand
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Improvements of cellular stress response on resveratrol in liposomes.
Resveratrol (RSV) has proven potential in prophylaxis and treatment of various disorders mediated by free radicals and oxidative stress. RSV solubility, stability, and cytotoxicity must be regulatedExpand
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Liposomes as a topical delivery system: the role of size on transport studied by the EPR imaging method.
The relative contribution of the liposome size, lamellarity, composition and charge to the transport into the skin of drug, which was applied entrapped in liposomes is a subject of some controversy.Expand
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Reduced blood flow and oxygenation in SA-1 tumours after electrochemotherapy with cisplatin
Electrochemotherapy is an antitumour treatment that utilises locally delivered electric pulses to increase cytotoxicity of chemotherapeutic drugs. Besides increased drug delivery, application ofExpand
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Hypoxia-sensitive NMR contrast agents.
The rate of reduction of nitroxides is shown to be more rapid in hypoxic cells. The rate of reduction and the effect of hypoxia on the reduction rate vary for different nitroxides. These findingsExpand
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Cellular metabolism of water-soluble nitroxides: effect on rate of reduction of cell/nitroxide ratio, oxygen concentrations and permeability of nitroxides.
In order to interpret more accurately studies that have used nitroxides and to improve the efficacy of the use of nitroxides in both basic studies of cells and as contrast agents for in vivo NMR, weExpand
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Performance of Waterborne Cu(II) Octanoate/Ethanolamine Wood Preservatives
Summary Various aqueous wood preservative solutions containing Cu(II) in the form of copper(II) sulphate or copper(II) octanoate, ethanolamine and in one case octanoic acid were investigated byExpand
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Ostreolysin, a pore‐forming protein from the oyster mushroom, interacts specifically with membrane cholesterol‐rich lipid domains
Ostreolysin, a 15 kDa pore‐forming protein from the edible oyster mushroom (Pleurotus ostreatus), is lytic to membranes containing both cholesterol and sphingomyelin. Its cytotoxicity to ChineseExpand
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