Photoinactivation and Photoreactivation Responses by Bacterial Pathogens after Exposure to Pulsed UV-Light

@article{Maclean2008PhotoinactivationAP,
  title={Photoinactivation and Photoreactivation Responses by Bacterial Pathogens after Exposure to Pulsed UV-Light},
  author={Michelle Maclean and L. Murdoch and M. N. Lani and S. J. Macgregor and J. G. Anderson and G. A. Woolsey},
  journal={2008 IEEE International Power Modulators and High-Voltage Conference},
  year={2008},
  pages={326-329}
}
UV inactivation using a pulsed xenon flashlamp is an emerging non-thermal treatment technology that has the potential to inactivate (kill) microorganisms very rapidly in air, water and on exposed surfaces. In this study, a solid-state pulsed power source was used to transfer stored electrical energy to a xenon flashlamp, which emits light pulses with a… CONTINUE READING