sensitizer

NOUN
  1. (chemistry) a substance other than a catalyst that facilitates the start of a catalytic reaction
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  • The photodynamic effect is accomplished mainly through the formation of singlet oxygen in the quenching of the sensitizer triplet state by ambient molecular oxygen.
  • The ionic desensitizers apparently interfere with the operation of the nerve in the tooth, reducing the nerve activity, and thereby reducing the sensitivity of the tooth.
  • Objective: To investigate the effects of MCI 154, a calcium sensitizer, on organ blood flows, arterial blood gases, some plasma biochemical parameters and survival rate in endotoxic shock rabbits.
  • For all formulations tested, uptake of photosensitizer into cells was dependent on concentration, time and temperature.
  • The topics of interest cover the use of light for therapeutic and diagnostic purposes - from fundamental principles to development and application - and extend to the interaction of light with biological material at the molecular, membrane, cell and organ levels (including phototoxicity and photosensitizer molecules and particles), as well as to novel optical imaging techniques (including functional imaging for applications in life sciences). Naturejobs - All Jobs
  • He dabbed the tooth desensitizer on the edges of the wound Dark Oracle
  • A spectral change was observed upon addition of lipid vesicles to the buffer solution of the sensitizers.
  • We elected not to add desensitizers to our formula for very simple reasons.
  • The majority of photosensitizers are derivatives of hematoporphyrin, a synthetic porphyrin synthesized from heme.
  • A low power laser warms the targeted tissue and releases a bolus of photosensitizer.
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