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"Far-UVC (222nm) efficiently inactivates an airborne pathogen in a room sized chamber."

Scientific Reports, Eadie et al, 2022.

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No evidence of induced skin cancer or other skin abnormalities after 1 long term (66 weeks) chronic exposure to 222nm far-uvc readiation.

BioRXivl, Welch et al, 2022

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Far-UVC Light at 222 nm is Showing Significant Potential to Safely and Efficiently Inactivate Airborne Pathogens in Occupied Indoor Locations

Photochem Photobiol, David J Brenner, 2022.

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Inactivation Rates for Airborne Human Coronavirus by Low Doses of 222 nm Far-UVC Radiation.

"Viruses, Welch, el al, 2022.

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“Safety of 222 nm UVC Irradiation to the Surgical Site in a Rabbit Model.”

Photchem Photobiol, Fukui et al, 2022.

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The bactericidal effect of far-UVC on ESBL-producing Escherichia coli.

American Journal of Infection Control, Fukuda et al, 2022.

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​"Far UV-C radiation: An emerging tool for pandemic control."

Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology, Blatchley III et al, 2022.

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Effect of ultraviolet C emitted from KrCl excimer lamp with or without bandpass filter to mouse epidermis.

Plos One, Narita et al, 2022.

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New Type of Ultraviolet Light Makes Indoor Air as Safe as Outdoors

Columbia University Irving Medical Center

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