Abstract

We report the increased photodynamic inactivation efficiency of the Fotolon (chlorin e6) complexes with Lanthanides (Yb3+, Eu3+ and Pr3+) in comparison to pure Fotolon against bacteria with laser (90 J/cm2) or light bulb (11 J/cm2).

© 2005 Optical Society of America

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