The use of methylene blue in the practice of BRT

The use of methylene blue in the practice of BRT

AUTHORS : Mathison A.N.

YEAR : 2021 | Category : Educational

In 1876, the German organic chemist Heinrich Karo first synthesized the substance methylene blue (“blue”). Prior to this, G. Karo synthesized other organic dyes: indulin, akrihin, eosin, chrysodine, which were used to dye tissues in various colors. It turned out that dyes, in addition to coloring properties, can also have powerful antimicrobial, antiviral, antifungal and even anthelmintic properties.

MS is able to bind to the glycoproteins of the membranes of pathogenic microflora cells, causing disruption of their vital activity, while not affecting the saprophytic microflora, as well as accumulate in pathological cells of the body, including cancer cells. This property of MS to accumulate in pathogenic cells is used in modern photodynamic therapy (PDT).

مطالب دیگر

Next Post
The influence of music therapy “Musical-energy key” on cardiocerebral interactions in the context of the automatic regulation of physiological processes in cardiac arrhythmias
Previous Post
Problems of preventing premature aging after suffering COVID-19
برای نوشتن دیدگاه باید وارد بشوید.