Sustainable water treatment in aquaculture – photolysis and photodynamic therapy for the inactivation of Vibrio species

@article{Malara2017SustainableWT,
  title={Sustainable water treatment in aquaculture – photolysis and photodynamic therapy for the inactivation of Vibrio species},
  author={Danilo Malara and Christin Mielke and M. Oelgem{\"o}ller and M. Senge and K. Heimann},
  journal={Aquaculture Research},
  year={2017},
  volume={48},
  pages={2954-2962}
}
Species of the genus Vibrio have been recognized as one of the most significant pathogens in aquaculture farming, causing mass mortality of farmed stocks. Photodynamic Antimicrobial Chemotherapy (PACT) with singlet oxygen (1O2) has been identified as a powerful and sustainable water treatment method for pathogen eradication. In this study, the efficiencies of photolytic and photodynamic disinfection protocols were studied with two Vibrio species, Vibrio parahaemolyticus and Vibrio owensii. The… Expand
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