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Tumor imaging and photodynamic therapy (PDT) using versatile chlorin near infrared fluorophore (NIRF) conjugates
Near-infrared (NIR) organic dyes have become important for many biomedical applications, including in vivo optical imaging. Conjugation of NIR fluorescent dyes to photosensitizing molecules (photosensitizers) holds strong ...
The mechanisms of photodynamic therapy induced anti-tumor immunity
Photodynamic therapy (PDT) has long been shown to be capable of killing malignant cells, causing shut down of tumor microvasculature, and induction of host immune response. The therapeutic efficacy of PDT is dependent on ...