High-intensity UV LED Inactivation of Clostridium Difficile Spores

Phoseon Presents at SPIE BIOS Conference Sessions — High-intensity UV LED inactivation of Clostridium difficile spores High-intensity UV LED 275nm alone and 275nm+365nm combination, wavelengths targeted to protein disulfide functional groups, drive a greater than 5 log (5.79 log) CFU reduction of Clostridium difficile spores on a surface in less than 30 seconds. This is consistent with our results showing synergism between 275nm and 365nm high-intensity UV LED when irreversibly inactivating RNase A. Targeting protein stabilization and functional groups represents a new approach to spore inactivation. Read more »


PHOSEON CONTINUES TO EXPAND AND IMPROVE IN RESPONSE TO THE MARKET. — Phoseon is the innovative leader in UV LED solutions for life sciences and industrial curing applications, and it continues to focus on new capabilities to meet clients' needs. Read more »

How It Works: Ultraviolet Decontamination of Laboratory Equipment

Problem: Keeping laboratory equipment clean is a daunting task. Microbes from the air, lingering in places like cardboard boxes, or coming from human skin can threaten the validity of your results. At the same time, costly cleaning procedures threaten research time and productivity. To eliminate RNase A, for example, decontamination procedures range from chemical detergents to rinsing with RNase-free water and autoclaving for hours, both of which cost time and money. Effectively decontaminating equipment at a low operational cost is a constant battle in the lab. Read more »

Phoseon Technology’s UV LEDs Detect and Disinfect

Intense, Cool, and Long-Lived, UV LEDs Outshine UV Lamps, May Brighten Imaging Applications Read more »

The usual suspect: solving the case of RNase contamination in RNA analysis

RNase contamination can cause chaos in RNA analysis labs. What are these problems and how can they be solved? Read more »
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