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Sonoluminescence from microbubbles at 1 MHz

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Test results from experiments conducted at BUBBL by Estelle Beguin
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In this study, we demonstrated that sonoluminescence is produced under medically relevant exposure conditions by microbubbles commonly used as contrast agents for ultrasound imaging. This provides a mechanistic explanation for the somewhat controversial reports of “sonodynamic” therapy, in which light-sensitive drugs have been shown to be activated by ultrasound-induced cavitation. To illustrate this, we demonstrated the activation of a photodynamic therapy agent using microbubbles and ultras...

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Engineering Science (BUBBL)
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EP/G036861/1
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University of Oxford
Publication date:
2019
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Temporal coverage:
2018-07-20 - 2018-08-08
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2018-07-20 - 2018-08-08
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Digital
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This folder contains the raw .tdms and .mat files for the photomultiplier tube and passive cavitation data respectively. This data can be loaded onto MATLAB for analysis of sonoluminescence event counts and frequency analysis of the cavitation data.

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