Cyclodextrin complexed [60]fullerene derivatives with high levels of photodynamic activity by long wavelength excitation.

@article{Ikeda2013CyclodextrinC,
  title={Cyclodextrin complexed [60]fullerene derivatives with high levels of photodynamic activity by long wavelength excitation.},
  author={Atsushi Ikeda and Tatsuya Iizuka and Naotake Maekubo and Ryota Aono and Jun-ichi Kikuchi and Motofusa Akiyama and Toshifumi Konishi and Takuya Ogawa and Norihiro Ishida-Kitagawa and Hisashi Tatebe and Kazuhiro Shiozaki},
  journal={ACS medicinal chemistry letters},
  year={2013},
  volume={4 8},
  pages={752-6}
}
We have evaluated the photodynamic activities of C60 derivative·γ-cyclodextrin (γ-CDx) complexes and demonstrated that they were significantly higher than those of the pristine C60 and C70·γ-CDx complexes under photoirradiation at long wavelengths (610-720 nm), which represent the optimal wavelengths for photodynamic therapy (PDT). In particular, the cationic C60 derivative·γ-CDx complex had the highest photodynamic ability because the complex possessed the ability to generate high levels of (1… CONTINUE READING

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