In vivo anti-tumor activity of photodynamic therapy with intravenous administration of acridine orange, followed by illumination with high-power flash wave light in a mouse osteosarcoma model.


In a recent study, we demonstrated that a high-power flash wave light (FWL) from a xenon lamp exerted a stronger cytocidal effect against a mouse osteosarcoma cell line than continuous wave light (CWL) in photodynamic therapy with acridine orange (AO-PDT). Based on our in vitro results, we investigated the in vivo anti-tumor activity of AO-PDT using flash… (More)


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