Authors: Malyeri A.H., Mohseni M., Cairns B., Bolton, J.R., Chevrefils G., Caron E.
This paper advises the UV dose required to inactivate various pathogens, including bacteria, protozoa, viruses and algae based on the lamp type.
Authors: Manuela Buonanno, Brian Ponnaiya, David Welch, Milda Stanislauskas, Gerhard Randers-Pehrson, Lubomir Smilenov, Franklin D. Lowy, David M. Owens, and David J. Brenner
This study discusses the germicidal effects of 222nm (Far-UV) light, which is significantly harmful to bacteria, but demonstrates no harm to human cells.
Authors: Nozomi Yamano, Makoto Kunisada, Sachiko Kaidzu, Kazunobu Sugihara, Aiko Nishiaki-Sawada, Hiroyuki Ohashi, Ai Yoshioka, Tatsushi Igarashi, Akihiro Ohira, Masaki Tanito, and Chikako Nishigori
This study focuses on the human safety in regards to long term exposure of 222nm (Far-UV) light and suggests 222nm FAR-UVC lamp can be safely used on humans