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Development of Novel Oxygen-Independent Photosensitizers

The phototoxicity of phenothiazinium-based photosensitizers to bacterial membranes

Electrochemical behavior of gold electrodes modified with photosensitizer-tethered DNA

The inability of a bacteriophage to infect Staphylococcus aureus does not prevent it from specifically delivering a photosensitizer to the bacterium enabling its lethal photosensitization

Assessment of Laboratory and Field Assays of Sunlight-Induced Killing of Mosquito Larvae by Photosensitizers

Photosensitized [2 + 2] cycloaddition of N-acetylated cytosine affords stereoselective formation of cyclobutane pyrimidine dimer

Design of the photosensitized peptide nucleic acids for the analysis of geno-typing

Photoelectrochemical identification of 5-methylcytosine modification in DNA: combination of photosensitization and enzymatic cleavage

Erythrosine is a potential photosensitizer for the photodynamic therapy of oral plaque biofilms

Polycationic photosensitizer conjugates: effects of chain length and Gram classification on the photodynamic inactivation of bacteria

Induction of lethal photosensitization in biofilms using a confocal scanning laser as the excitation source

A comparison of the photosensitizing potential of trovafloxacin with that of other quinolones in healthy subjects

HG-118MULTI-FUNCTIONAL GOLD NANOPARTICLE PHOTOSENSITIZER DRUG DELIVERY FOR BRAIN TUMORS

Transferrin-Conjugated Liposome Targeting of Photosensitizer AlPcS4 to Rat Bladder Carcinoma Cells

Protochlorophyllide: a new photosensitizer for the photodynamic inactivation of Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria

Porphyrin-mediated photosensitization has a weak tumor promoting activity in mouse skin: possible role of in situ-generated reactive oxygen species

 

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any substance that photosensitizes or is photodynamic.

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