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Gollmer, Anita, Felgentraeger, Ariane, Maisch, Tim and Flors, Cristina (2016) Real-time imaging of photodynamic action in bacteria. Journal of Biophotonics 10 (2), pp. 264-270. Fulltext not available.


Gollmer, Anita, Felgenträger, Ariane, Bäumler, Wolfgang, Maisch, Tim and Späth, Andreas (2015) A novel set of symmetric methylene blue derivatives exhibits effective bacteria photokilling – a structure–response study. Photochemical and Photobiological Sciences 14, pp. 335-351.

Eichner, Anja, Gollmer, Anita, Späth, Andreas, Bäumler, Wolfgang, Regensburger, Johannes, König, Burkhard and Maisch, Tim (2015) Fast and effective inactivation of Bacillus atrophaeus endospores using light-activated derivatives of vitamin B2. Photochemical & Photobiological Sciences 14, pp. 387-396.


Eichner, Anja, Maisch, Tim, Späth, Andreas, Gollmer, Anita, König, Burkhard, Regensburger, Johannes and Bäumler, Wolfgang (2014) Fast and Effective Photodynamic Inactivation of Multiresistant Bacteria by Cationic Riboflavin Derivatives. PLoS ONE 2014.


Gollmer, Anita, Regensburger, Johannes, Maisch, Tim and Bäumler, Wolfgang (2013) Luminescence spectroscopy of singlet oxygen enables monitoring of oxygen consumption in biological systems consisting of fatty acids. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 15, pp. 11386-11393.

Regensburger, Johannes, Maisch, Tim, Knak, Alena, Gollmer, Anita, Felgenträger, Ariane, Lehner, Karin and Bäumler, Wolfgang (2013) UVA irradiation of fatty acids and their oxidized products substantially increases their ability to generate singlet oxygen. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 15, pp. 17672-17680.

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