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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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The executed keywords (Table S1) did not reveal models for photosensitization (4.8), photomutagenicity (4.11), or photocarcinogenicity (4.13).
Do keep out of the reach of dogs though as St John's Wort (Hypericum perforatum), is a member of the Clusiaceae family, which is toxic for dogs, causing photosensitization (sun sensitivity) and contact dermatitis.
In addition, CQDs are promising photosensitizers because they are able to produce ROS and the selective localization of CQDs into tumors makes them suitable candidates for photosensitization.
Termination system Feedlot Semi-feedlot Average initial live weight (kg) 15.76 15.87 Average live weight at slaughter (kg) 26.60 26.33 Daily average weight (g) 163.17 157.43 Number of finishing days 67 67 Carcass yield (%) 45 45 Carcass hot weight (kg) 11.97 11.85 Lambs mortality (%) 0 2 Slaughtered animals (heads) 50 49 Carcass total (kg) 598 574 Live weight total (kg) 1,330 1,276 Legend: * Mortality by photosensitization. (SOURCE: Experimental data).
Turro, "Photosensitization by reversible electron transfer: theories, experimental evidence, and examples," Chemical Reviews, vol.
Photosensitization can be achieved by a photosensitizer that absorbs light energy transforming it into chemical energy, which is transferred to substrates under favorable conditions.
Min, "Kinetics for singlet oxygen formation by riboflavin photosensitization and the reaction between riboflavin and singlet oxygen," Journal of Food Science, vol.
Such opsins (photosensitization agents) have been successfully expressed in retinal ganglion cells [13], bipolar cells [14], and degenerate photoreceptors [15].
Habibi-Yangjeh, "Fabrication of novel magnetically separable visible-light-driven photocatalysts through photosensitization of Fe3O4/ZnO with CuWO4," Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, vol.
Prior to the grating inscription process, single mode (SMF-28) fibers were soaked in a highly pressurized chamber for two weeks to achieve hydrogenation and the photosensitization of the fibers.
Side effects include reversible visual disturbances (15%), transaminitis (10-15%), photosensitization (1-5%), loss of color differentiation, hallucinations, and QTc prolongation with low serum magnesium levels.