Download this white paper to learn more about the effectiveness of UV LEDs for inactivating biomolecules and microorganisms
UV light has been recognized for decades for its ability to inactivate biological molecules. However, complete inactivation of difficult targets like enzymes and spore-forming microorganisms has been out of reach for traditional light sources. By targeting specific molecular bonds, UV LED technology exhibits higher efficacy with lower total power consumption than broad-band sources such as mercury. UV LED technology is enabling new methods and discoveries by research labs. Download this whitepaper to learn more about Phoseon’s research findings related to the different levels of inactivation.