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Photodynamic Inactivation of Bacteria in Ionic Environments Using the Photosensitizer SAPYR and the Chelator Citrate

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Eckl, Daniel Bernhard ; Landgraf, Nicole ; Hoffmann, Anja K. ; Eichner, Anja ; Huber, Harald ; Bäumler, Wolfgang
Date of publication of this fulltext: 06 Apr 2023 06:09

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Many studies show that photodynamic inactivation (PDI) is a powerful tool for the fight against pathogenic, multiresistant bacteria and the closing of hygiene gaps. However, PDI studies have been frequently performed under standardized in vitro conditions comprising artificial laboratory settings. Under real-life conditions, however, PDI encounters substances like ions, proteins, amino acids and ...


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