photothermal


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pho·to·ther·mal

(fō'tō-ther'măl),
Relating to radiant heat.
[photo- + G. thermē, heat]

photothermal

(fō″tō-thĕr′măl) [″ + therme, heat]
Concerning heat produced by light.

photothermal

in laser treatment, the laser light is absorbed and converted to heat in the tissues.
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When exposed to a laser pulse, they create a focused photothermal effect in the sebaceous gland and follicle to reduce the number of inflammatory lesions or acne.
Objective: Lasers have found widespread application in medicine, such as for photothermal therapy.
Previously we have shown that such a bulk photothermal effect does not cause any detectable detrimental effects at the molecular and cellular levels (22).
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Laser, like other electromagnetic radiation, can produce photothermal, photomechanical and photochemical reactions in skin.
MS-1001 moldable silicone for LED lighting applications offers the ultra-high clarity, good moldability and photothermal stability for which the company's family of moldable silicones is known, along with introducing the product line's highest hardness material.
This photothermal effect is not new," Zhao explains.
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These include photothermal treatment of certain forms of cancer, laser-induced drug release, and nanoparticle-enhanced bioimaging.
The topics include resolving membrane-bound protein orientation and conformation by neutron reflectivity, colorimetric methods to characterize the forces driving macromolecular association and folding processes, a single-molecule approach to exploring the role of the solvent environment in protein folding, thermodynamics and kinetics of mixed protein/surfactant adsorption layers at liquid interfaces, and exploring biomolecular thermodynamics in aqueous and non-aqueous environments using time-resolved photothermal methods.