Capacity of cationic and anionic porphyrins to inactivate the potential aquaculture pathogen Vibrio campbellii

@article{Malara2017CapacityOC,
  title={Capacity of cationic and anionic porphyrins to inactivate the potential aquaculture pathogen Vibrio campbellii},
  author={Danilo Malara and L. H{\o}j and K. Heimann and G. Citarrella and M. Oelgem{\"o}ller},
  journal={Aquaculture},
  year={2017},
  volume={473},
  pages={228-236}
}
Abstract Photodynamic Antimicrobial Chemotherapy (PACT) has emerged as a promising method for pathogen eradication and control. PACT uses light excitation of non-toxic photosensitisers to produce singlet oxygen ( 1 O 2 ), which in turn damages and eradicates microbial cells. In the present study, a naturally luminescent Vibrio campbellii strain ISO7 ( V. campbellii ISO7) was used as a model aquaculture pathogen to test the suitability of two porphyrin compounds, the tetra-cationic TMPyP and the… Expand
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