PID – Product References
The PID irradiation device is described in detail in
and was used to study the in vitro mechanisms of Photodynamic Treatment by our research group in the following publications:
Oberdanner, C.B. et al. Photodynamic Treatment with Fractionated Light Decreases Production of Reactive Oxygen Species and Cytotoxicity in vitro via Regeneration of Glutathione. Photochemistry and Photobiology, 2005. 81(3): 609-613, PUBMED
Kiesslich, T. et al. Differential Effects of Glucose Deprivation on the Cellular Sensitivity towards Photodynamic Treatment-Based Production of Reactive Oxygen Species and Apoptosis-Induction. FEBS Letters, 2005. 579(1): 185-190, PUBMED
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