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Volume 35, Number 3, September 1996

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Stress proteins in the cellular response to ultraviolet radiation
pp. 141-148(8)
Authors: Trautinger, F.; Kindas-Mugge, I.; Knobler, R.M.; Honigsmann, H.

Studies on the mechanism of bacteria photosensitization by meso-substituted cationic porphyrins
pp. 149-157(9)
Authors: Merchat, M.; Spikes, J.D.; Bertoloni, G.; Jori, G.

Evaluation of spectral correction techniques for fluorescence measurements on pigmented lesions in vivo
pp. 159-165(7)
Authors: Sterenborg, H.J.C.M.; Saarnak, A.E.; Frank, R.; Motamedi, M.

Tetraamido-substituted 2,3-naphthalocyanine zinc(II) complexes as phototherapeutic agents: synthesis, comparative photochemical and photobiological studies
pp. 167-174(8)
Authors: Muller, S.; Mantareva, V.; Stoichkova, N.; Kliesch, H.; Sobbi, A.; Wohrle, D.; Shopova, M.

Fluorescence quenching of the tryptophan emission from the F- and G-forms of actin
pp. 175-179(5)
Authors: Hild, G.; Nyitrai, M.; Gharavi, R.; Somogyi, B.; Belagyi, J.

An apoptotic response to photodynamic therapy with endogenous protoporphyrin in vivo
pp. 209-211(3)
Authors: Webber, J.; Luo, Y.; Crilly, R.; Fromm, D.; Kessel, D.

Photodynamic crosslinking of proteins II. Photocrosslinking of a model protein-ribonuclease A
pp. 213-219(7)
Authors: Hui-Rong, S.; Spikes, J.D.; Kopeckova, P.; Kopecek, J.

Photosensitized generation of hydroxyl radical by eight new sulfur and selenium analogs of psoralen
pp. 221-231(11)
Authors: Collet, M.; Hoebeke, M.; Piette, J.; Jakobs, A.; Lindqvist, L.; van de Vorst, A.

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