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We needed not only the essential bulk chemicals, such as amidol, metol, para-amidophenol, and glycine, but also certain rarer substances, such as the photographic sensitisers, which were so essential for the Air Force.
Sir Wm. Abney has shown that these sensitisers are active even if laid on as a varnish on the sensitive surface and removed before development.
Another class of bodies also concerns our subject: the special sensitisers used by the photographer to modify the spectral distribution of sensibility of the haloid salts, _e. g._ eosine, fuchsine, cyanine.
It must be remembered, however, that at temperatures of about - 50° these sensitisers lose much of their influence on the film; as I have pointed out in a paper read before the Photographic Convention of
Thus we have strong reason for believing that the vigorous photo-electric activity displayed by the special sensitisers must be dependent upon their colour absorption.
• Photodynamic Therapy, using a special light and ingested chlorine-based photo-sensitisers;
Priority should be given to insulin sensitisers for as long as possible in patients with type 2 diabetes, because these drugs allow a low HbA1c to be targeted without any risk of hypoglycaemia.