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Photosensitization With Derivatives Of Chlorophyll.

D. Kessel, K. Smith
Published 1989 · Medicine, Chemistry

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The properties of several chlorophyll derivatives were examined: the methyl esters of pheophorbide A, pheophorbide B and pheophytin. In spite of structural differences, all products were equally effective sensitizers in vitro and were localized equally well by murine tumors in vivo after 1 h. But only the pheophytins persisted at neoplastic loci for 24 h. There was no evidence of hydrolysis of the methyl esters, but the phytyl ester linkage was labile in vivo.



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