tolonium chloride

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to·lo·ni·um chlor·ide

(tō-lō'nē-ŭm klōr'īd),
The medicinal grade of toluidine blue O, used as an antiheparin compound.
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Final evaluation of tolonium chloride rinse for screening of high-risk patients with asymptomatic squamous carcinoma.
Use of meta-analysis to evaluate tolonium chloride in oral cancer screening.
We are also very excited about the FDA's recent clearance to market our Zila(R) Tolonium Chloride marking product and we believe that this clearance will be beneficial to our efforts to build the market for ViziLite.
The unit will operate as a comprehensive research, development and licensing business specializing in precancer and cancer detection through Zila tolonium chloride, a patented technology.
Zila already holds several patents and has additional patent applications pending for the use of a specific dye, toluidine blue 0, or tolonium chloride, for the detection of oral cancer.
The three-component swab system consists of one 3.0 ml 0.5 percent tolonium chloride solution, one bottle of 6.0 ml 1 percent acetic acid solution and 30 individually packaged applicator swabs.
ViziLite Plus with TBIue System consists of ViziLite light source, (1) percent acetic acid rinse, and the TBIue (tolonium chloride solution) Oral Lesion Marking System.
This new reporting group consists of the OraTest product, expenses related to clinical trials for OraTest, and the Tolonium Chloride technology.
Two common photosensitizers are tolonium chloride and methylene blue.
During the third quarter of fiscal 2002, the company invested $1,018,000 in the OraTest(R)/Zila(R) Tolonium Chloride program, which encompasses the OraTest oral cancer detection product Phase III clinical trial, other OraTest research, and the broad Zila Tolonium Chloride research, development and manufacturing effort.
Fluorescent instruments (VELscope[R], LED Dental, Inc.; ViziLite[R], Zila, Inc.) and tolonium chloride rinsing can also aid the early detection of oral lesions.