photosensitization


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pho·to·sen·si·ti·za·tion

 (fō′tō-sĕn′sĭ-tĭ-zā′shən)
n.
The act or process of inducing photosensitivity.
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pho·to·sen·si·ti·za·tion

n. fotosensitización, reacción anormal de sensibilidad de la piel a la luz debida gen. al efecto de alguna hormona o droga.
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Molecular mechanisms of drug photodegradation and photosensitization.
Also the novel compounds with many donor groups may prevent coordination of water molecules and act as an efficient antenna inlanthanide ions photosensitization [11].
Photosensitization, liver and kidney damage and gastro intestinal disorders were observed during saponin toxicity [8].
Brachiaria samples from Brazil that caused photosensitization in animals invariably contained low counts of Pithomyces chartarum and the overwhelming majority of the isolates from these samples did not produce sporidesmin (MEAGHER et al.
Phototoxic dermatitis (DFS), also known as hepatogenic or secondary photosensitization, is defined as skin sensitivity to sunlight due to the presence of photodynamic agents (1) in severe cases of photosensitive dermatitis.
2) Porphyria photo-onycholysis occurs due to photosensitization by porphyrin, an endogenous photoactive cutaneous substance in the presence of high-intensity UVA exposure.
Chlorophyllin as a protector of mitochondrial membranes against gamma-radiation and photosensitization.
He says: the importance of diluting is to avoid skin reactions which can take the form of irritation, sensitization and photosensitization.
Study of photosensitization processes for control of Spodoptera littoralis, Master Dissertation, National Institute of Laser Enhanced Science, Cairo University, Egypt.
The last several chapters address photodynamic or photosensitization therapy, intense pulsed light devices, skin tightening/body contouring, specific issues with Asian skin, and future trends in laser devices.