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Modulight Spotlights: LASER-SHARP RESEARCH – May 2021

Modulight Spotlights: LASER-SHARP RESEARCH – May 2021 The renowned pioneer in photoimmunotherapy (PIT), Professor Hisataka Kobayashi, has published an outstanding article with his team at National Cancer Institute / NIH. The article is about improving the antitumor efficacy of near-infrared photoimmunotherapy (NIR-PIT) by simultaneous targeting of cancer cells and regulatory T cells in the tumor microenvironment. Read original publication   Modulight is very happy to be supporting this research. We would like to deliver our warmest congratulations to the research team!   #LaserSharpResearch  #ModulightInScience   Continue reading →

Protected: ML7710 for glioblastoma treatment

Customer case Research by: University Hospital Münster provides cutting-edge medical treatments for patients all over the world. The department of neurosurgery provides full spectrum of neurosurgical care with interdisciplinary vascular and neuro-oncological specialization. Modulight products: ML7710, ML7710i Laser use: Randomized controlled PDT trials for both newly diagnosed and recurrent glioblastoma as well as compassionate care for terminal glioblastoma patients. Link to the study: Professor Walter Stummer, MD, PhD Research topics: Professor Stummer is world leader in his research fields, which include vascular neurosurgery, microneurosurgery, fluorescence-based neurosurgical Continue reading →

Development of heat shock protein 90-targeted PDT for inflammatory breast cancer

Customer case Research by: Duke University, founded in 1924, is one of the leading and wealthiest private research universities in the USA. The most notable Duke alumni is President Richard Nixon. Research at Duke University has been awarded with several Nobel prizes in recent years for groundbreaking discoveries in biochemistry and medicine, such as G-protein coupled receptors, DNA mismatch repair, and cellular regulation of hypoxia. Modulight products: ML8500, ML7710 (665 nm, 689 nm, 750 nm) Laser use: Heat shock protein 90-targeted PDT for breast cancer Continue reading →

Modulight Spotlights: LASER-SHARP RESEARCH – April 2021

Modulight Spotlights: LASER-SHARP RESEARCH – April 2021 Dr. Rhonda Kines and the team at Aura Biosciences reported promising results of their VLP (virus-like particle) photosensitizer-conjugate eliciting strong and long-lasting anti-tumor immune responses, as well as potential to combine this agent with immune checkpoint inhibitors for even improved antitumor efficacy. Read original publication   Modulight is very happy to be supporting this research. We would like to deliver our warmest congratulations to the research team!   #LaserSharpResearch #ModulightInScience   #LasersInScience #KillCancer #UvealMelanoma   Modulight products used: Continue reading →

ML7710 for fluorescence imaging: Detection of colorectal polyps in humans using c-Met targeted fluorescent peptide

Customer Case Research by: GE Healthcare is a manufacturer & distributor of diagnostic imaging agents and radiopharmaceuticals, R&D collaborations with Leiden University MC for early detection of colorectal tumors. Modulight products: ML7710 series clinical laser system (635 nm, 3 W) Laser use: Clinical single-wavelength laser device used for exciting novel fluorescence probe used to detect colorectal polyps. Link to the study: Dr. James Hardwick, Professor of gastroenterology & hepatology Research topics: Professor Hardwick’s research has contributed to many key improvements in the detection and treatment of colorectal Continue reading →

Monitoring tissue responses to vascular-targeted PDT (VTP) in high resolution

Basic Info of the Study Research by: Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center is one of the world’s premier cancer centers, collaborating with Weizmann Institute of Science research group. Modulight products: ML7710 (753 nm) Laser use: Study effects of vascular-targeted PDT (VTP) in mouse xenograft models Link to the study: Dr. Kwanghee Kim Dr. Avigdor Scherz   Vascular-targeted photodynamic therapy Vascular-targeted photodynamic therapy (VTP) is the latest form of PDT. It was initially developed by Avigdor Scherz (Weizmann Institute of Science), and it’s now owned by Steba Continue reading →

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    16 Sep 2015 Rising star in immunotherapy competition »

    28 Jan 2015 Modulight launches the world’s first multi indication CE and ETL certified medical laser »

    09 Sep 2014 Modulight ML7710-PDT laser platform CB testing completed »

    30 Jan 2014 Modulight broadens their OEM laser system family to single-mode and multi-wavelength laser modules »

    14 Nov 2013Modulight launches a product family for photodynamic therapy »

    29 Aug 2013Modulight launches a turnkey OEM laser system platform to photodynamic therapy »

    20 Jun 2013Kalle Palomaki nominated to Modulight Board »

    28 Jan 2013Modulight launches new 1W RGB LimeLight laser modules with the smallest form factor in the industry »

    01 Nov 2012Medical Design Briefs: Therapeutic Laser Systems Improve Quality of Life and Save in Healthcare »

    17 Apr2012Modulight receives a contract for manufacturing CE certified medical laser systems for cancer therapy »

    15 Nov 2011Modulight expands LimeLight product family with blue wavelength »

    06 Oct 2011Modulight receives ISO 13485:2003 certification for medical laser manufacturing »

    19 May 2011Modulight releases multi-chip red laser modules for industrial, display and medical applications »

    20 Jan 2011LimeLight laser systems on display in Photonics West at booth #4635 »

    13 Jan 2011Modulight adds features and scales up power from FiberLight product platform »

    11 Nov 2010Modulight releases OEM laser systems for medical and industrial applications »

    16 Sep 2010Modulight releases high-power single-mode lasers at 1310-1650nm for OTDR »

    25 Aug 2010Modulight celebrates 10 years anniversary with 35% growth in business »

    26 May 2010Modulight welcomes summer by releasing a series of colourful and powerful mounted single-emitters »

    30 Apr 2010Modulight appoints new partners in Italy and Singapore »


    10 Dec 2009Modulight turning Christmas all red, by adding new red lasers to ChiliLase product »

    21 Oct 2009Modulight lasers launched to space on ESA’s SMOS satellite mission »

    06 Oct 2009Modulight appoints distribution partner in the United Kingdon and Republic of Ireland »

    20 May 2009Modulight establishes distribution partner in China and wins new contract for laser display application »

    14 May 2009Modulight celebrates spring by releasing a series of colourful Butterfly lasers »

    02 Apr 2009Modulight announces 7 Watt 635nm Conduction Cooled Diode Laser; Applications include Laser Display, Medical, and Illumination »

    26 Jan 2009Modulight “FiberLight”, the platform for fiber-coupled high-power lasers from 635 nm to 1550 nm »

    14 Nov 2008Modulight introduces “SparkLight”, the turnkey platform for high-power lasers »

    06 Nov 2008Modulight scales up power to 20 W at 1470 nm »

    11 Sep 2008Modulight receives 2008 Frost & Sullivan Award for North American Laser Diode Emerging Company of the Year »

    04 Sep 2008A new generation of high-power collimated laser modules shines from Modulight »

    28 Aug 2008Modulight introduces 1470 nm high-power lasers »

    19 Jun 2008Modulight introduces 830 nm high-power lasers »

    29 May 2008Modulight to continue supply agreement with Vaisala for meteorological applications »

    08 May 2008Modulight to develop high-brightness pump laser technology for European Space Agency »

    06 Mar 2008Modulight’s RangerLase provides up to 20 W laser power at 1550 nm »

    01 Feb 2008ROAD MONITORING: Laser systems monitoring slipperiness of roadways (Laser Focus World, February 2008) »

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