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Fast and Effective Photodynamic Inactivation of Multiresistant Bacteria by Cationic Riboflavin Derivatives

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Eichner, Anja ; Maisch, Tim ; Späth, Andreas ; Gollmer, Anita ; König, Burkhard ; Regensburger, Johannes ; Bäumler, Wolfgang
Date of publication of this fulltext: 04 Mar 2015 08:07


Photodynamic inactivation of bacteria (PIB) proves to be an additional method to kill pathogenic bacteria. PIB requires photosensitizer molecules that effectively generate reactive oxygen species like singlet oxygen when exposed to visible light. To allow a broad application in medicine, photosensitizers should be safe when applied in humans. Substances like vitamin B2, which are most likely ...


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