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On Catalytical Particularities of Hematoporphyrin Photosensitizers

  • T. Kuzovkova
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Abstract

In 1987 we recorded increasing trasmissivity of the green and red pulsed low-intensive laser light (LILL) going through the strips of the myocardium tissue 2–4 mm thick.Preliminarily these strips were for 15–20 min immersed in fresh prepared 0,005% aqueous solutions of HpD warmed up to 37–40°C.The increase of the transmitted light didn’t follow the Lambert law.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • T. Kuzovkova
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  1. 1.Kaunas Medical AcademyCentral Research LaboratoryKaunas, LithuaniaUSSR

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