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Inactivation of C. difficile by 405 nm HINS-light

Moorhead, Sian and MacLean, Michelle and Coia, John and MacGregor, Scott (2014) Inactivation of C. difficile by 405 nm HINS-light. In: 8th Annual Scottish Environmental and Clean Technology Conference, 2014-06-26 - 2014-06-26.

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Abstract

This poster discusses using 405nm HINS-light to make Clostridium difficile cells and spores inactive.