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Photoreactivation compensates for UV damage and restores infectivity to natural marine viruses communities.
Evaluation of photoreactivation of Escherichia coli and enterococci after UV disinfection of municipal wastewater.
Irradiated cell suspensions were stored in foil-wrapped tubes at 4[degrees]C overnight to avoid photoreactivation.
4 Which temperatures (10, 22, 35, or 45[degrees]C) result in the greatest level of fecal-coliform photoreactivation after ultraviolet-light disinfection of postsecondary-clarification wastewater?
coli damaged by low-pressure UV can repair itself when exposed to light, a process known as photoreactivation.
The repair mechanisms of photoreactivation and nucleotide excision repair (NER) both function in NRC-1 cells, but little is known about the mechanism of these processes.
Photoreactivation is generally quicker than dark repair, but both of these phenomena pose obvious problems for operators of UV disinfection plant.