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By contrast, when the same neurons were photoactivated, even in mice that had already had their fill of water, the animals drank more water.
1999), cytochrome c oxidase in sponge larvae (Bjorn and Rasmusson, 2009), and photoactivated adenylyl cyclase in euglenoids (Ntefidou et al.
Photoactivated riboflavin treatment of infectious keratitis using collagen cross-linking technology J Refract Surg.
Accelerated Bone Regeneration by Two-Photon Photoactivated Carbon Nitride Nanosheets," ACS Nano, 2017; DOI: 10.
Each increment was condensed using a hand instrument and photoactivated at a maximum distance of 10 mm for 40 seconds with a light intensity of 600 mW/[cm.
The adhesive system was applied in a thin homogeneous layer on enamel and dentin, rubbing the tooth structure softly for 20 s; the adhesive layer was wiped with a triple syringe for 5 s and photoactivated for 10 s with halogen light (Litex 680A), following the manufacturer's instructions.
These include photoactivated localization microscopy (PALM), stochastic optical reconstruction microscopy (STORM), stimulated emission depletion (STED), and structured illumination microscopy (SIM), but all of these need special fluorescence reagents or custom designed luminous sources (lasers).
2000) and the photoactivated toxicity of a-terthienyl to insects, nematodes, microorganisms, human blood cells, plants and other living organisms and organizations posed a great concern to the people (Dosdall et al.
Pfeifer, "Similar mutagenicity of photoactivated porphyrins and ultraviolet A radiation in mouse embryonic fibroblasts: involvement of oxidative DNA lesions in mutagenesis," Biochemistry, vol.
F, Pedeferri, MP, Cappitelli, F, "Effects of Photoactivated Titanium Dioxide Nanopowders and Coating on Planktonic and Biofilm Growth of Pseudomonas aeruginosa.