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Naturally fluorescent molecules may serve as cancer biomarker

...e could differentiate between the two with confidence," said Heikal, whose team's findings appear today (April 2) in the Journal of Photochemistry and photobiology B: Biology. "For the first time, we have been able to quantify the concentration of NADH in both live breast cells and breast cancer cells." The res...

Study examines the use of light in medical therapy

... Santiago de Compostela, Spain March 30, 2009 A study published in a special issue of Photochemistry and photobiology examines the emerging practice of drug delivery systems which use the application of light to activate medications in the body. The process uses ...

Sun Busters(R) Now Sports The Skin Cancer Foundation's Seal of Recommendation

...al of Recommendation is reviewed by a renowned committee of photobiologists -- experts in the study of the effects of light on plants and animals. The photobiology Committee verifies the claims for SPF ratings and water resistance, and reviews tests for phototoxicity and contact irritation. The entire committee m...

Boston University Medical Center researcher honored

...hile simultaneously initiating a basic and clinical research program on the photobiology of vitamin D. Over the next several years he made major contributions in ...nical Nutritions McCollum Award for his innovative research in the field of photobiology in 1994, and the Psoriasis Research Achievement Award, American Skin Associ...
Photobiology in Biological News

Vitamin D expert receives Linus Pauling Prize for Health Research

... vitamin." Holick was the first scientist to isolate the active forms of vitamin D, and in the past three decades has become the world authority on photobiology of vitamin D through synthesis in the skin. He's determined that anyone living north of 35 degrees latitude can't make enough vitamin D in the skin du...
Photobiology in Biological Technology

A new wide field-of-view confocal imaging system and its applications in drug discovery and pathology

...and M. Robello, "Two-photon excitation of fluorescence for three-dimensional optical imaging of biological structures," Journal of Photochemistry and photobiology B: Biology 55 , pp. 1-8, 2000. 12. E. Gratton, N. P. Barry, S. Beretta, and A. Ce"li, "Multiphoton fluorescence microscopy," Methods 25 ...
Photobiology in Biological Definition

Photobiology

Photobiology is the study of the effects of light on living organisms . The field encompasses many biological phenomena, including photosynthesis , visual processing , circadian rhythms , and ultraviolet radiation effects. There are numerous professional societies devoted to the study of...
Photobiology in Biological Dictionary

Photobiology

Photobiology is the scientific study of the interactions of light and living organisms. The field includes the study of photosynthesis, photomorphogenesis, visual processing, circadian rhythms, bioluminescence, and ultraviolet radiation effects. The division between ionizing radiation and nonio...

Photolysis

...been first order. A good example is the photolysis of cefatoxime. ... Register today for a free trial, credit card req'd. Find Photochemistry and photobiology articles plus many other academic journal articles, magazine articles & newsp... in the inactive form, flash photolysis producing a pulse of a...

Expressed sequence tag

...ethods of gene ... Expressed Sequence Tag Analysis of the Dinoflagellate Lingulodinium polyedrum During Dark Phase¶ from Photochemistry and photobiology provided by Find Articles at BNET Expressed sequence tags , or ESTs, are a type of sequenced site tag (STS): a segment of DNA ... of the...
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