Oleg V. Seliverstov

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"Radachlorin"(®), also known in the EU as Bremachlorin, a composition of 3 chlorophyll a derivatives in an aqueous solution, was introduced into the Russian Pharmacopoeia. Its GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice) facility based manufacturing method was patented. Laboratory experiments and clinical phase I were performed. Protocols were designed for PDT of(More)
Photodynamic therapy (PDT) was performed with a new photosensitizer, a water soluble form of chlorins (“Radachlorin”, Russia) possessing an absorption peak around 662 nm. As light source there was used the diode laser (ML-662-SP, Russia) with 662 nm wavelength and 2.5 W optical power. The sensitizer had passed broad pre-clinical in vitro and in vivo(More)
Substantiation of use of laser radiation Nd:YAG (1064 nm) and diode (805 nm) for destruction of thyroid tissue was the purpose of this study based on experimental research of reparative and adaptive processes in thyroid gland. The influence of high-intensity laser radiation was studied in vivo in thyroid gland of 41 dogs. The optimal modes of laser(More)
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