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  • GET 2020. Luminescent silicon nanostructures and COVID-19. Extract
  • GET 2020. Photobiomodulation and Antiviral Photodynamic Therapy as a Possible Novel Approach in COVID-19 Management Extract
  • GET 2020. Can Transdermal Photobiomodulation Help Us at the Time of COVID-19? Extract
  • GET 2020. Light as a potential treatment for pandemic coronavirus infections: A perspective Extract
  • GET 2020. Inactivation of three emerging viruses ? severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus, Crimean?Congo haemorrhagic fever virus and Nipah virus ? in platelet concentrates by ultraviolet C light and in plasma by methylene blue plus visible light Extract
  • GET 2020. Pathogen reduction of SARS-CoV-2 virus in plasma and whole blood using riboflavin and UV light. Extract
  • GET 2020. COVID-19: Beyond the virus. The use of Photodynamic Therapy for the Treatment of Infections in the Respiratory Tract. Extract
  • GET 2020. Does photodynamic therapy have potential in the treatment of COVID 19 patients? Extract
  • GET 2020. Antimicrobial Photodynamic Therapy in the Control of COVID-19. Extract
  • GET 2020. Optical theranostics and treatment dosimetry for COVID-19 lung complications: towards increasing the survival rate of vulnerable populations. Extract
  • GET 2020. Ultraviolet-based biophotonic technologies for control and prevention of COVID-19, SARS and related disorders. Extract
  • GET 2020. Ultraviolet irradiation doses for coronavirus inactivation - review and analysis of coronavirus photoinactivation studies. Extract
  • GET 2020. Evaluation of Ultraviolet-C Light for Rapid Decontamination of Airport Security Bins in the Era of SARS-CoV-2. Extract
  • GET 2020. Photobiomodulation: Shining Light on COVID-19. Extract
  • GET 2020. Response to: Can Transdermal Photobiomodulation Help Us at the Time of COVID-19? Extract
  • GET 2020. Author's Response to Ferreira: Can Transdermal Photobiomodulation Help Us at the Time of COVID-19? An Update. Extract
  • GET 2020. Far-UVC light (222 nm) efficiently and safely inactivates airborne human coronaviruses. Extract
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