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PROCEEDINGS VOLUME 10306

Future Directions and Applications in Photodynamic Therapy
Editor(s): Charles J. Gomer
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Volume Number: 10306
Date Published: 21 July 1990
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Front Matter: Volume 10306
Author(s): Proceedings of SPIE
The future of photodynamic therapy: is there one?
Author(s): Thomas J. Dougherty
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Photodynamic therapy of human cancer: clinical status, potential, and needs
Author(s): Stuart L. Marcus
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Photodynamic therapy: priorities for 1990
Author(s): David Kessel
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Oxygen monitoring during photodynamic therapy
Author(s): B. J. Tromberg
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Syntheses of some new porphyrin photosensitizers for photodynamic therapy
Author(s): Fuu-Yau Shiau
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Second generation sensitizers: where are we and where should we be going?
Author(s): Alan R. Morgan
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Prospects of phthalocyanines as photosensitizers for the photodynamic therapy of cancer
Author(s): Johan E. van Lier
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Chemical mechanisms of photodynamic action
Author(s): Christopher S. Foote
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Photosensitization with deep red light
Author(s): Michael A. J. Rodgers
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Basic mechanisms and subcellular targets related to PDT
Author(s): Charles J. Gomer
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The significance of vascular photosensitization in photodynamic therapy
Author(s): Barbara W. Henderson
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Approaches to improved delivery of photosensitizers
Author(s): Beth Allison
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New approaches to photochemotherapy: cationic sensitizers and multi-agent combination therapies
Author(s): Allan R. Oseroff
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Psoralen photobiology and photochemotherapy: perspectives and prospects
Author(s): Francis P. Gasparro
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Photodynamic therapy and bone marrow transplantation
Author(s): Fritz Sieber
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An optical fiber-based diffuse reflectance spectrometer for non-invasive investigation of photodynamic sensitizers in vivo
Author(s): Brian C. Wilson
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On the physical rationale of photodynamic therapy
Author(s): Lars O. Svaasand
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Photodynamic therapy of early cancer in the upper aerodigestive tract and bronchi: instrumentation and clinical results
Author(s): G. Wagnières
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Optical-CCD system for imaging light and drug distributions in tumors for phototherapy
Author(s): R. C. Straight
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