Inactivation of filter bound aerosolized MS2 bacteriophages using a non-conductive ultrasound transducer

Inactivation of filter bound aerosolized MS2 bacteriophages using a non-conductive ultrasound... Journal of Virological Methods 255 (2018) 76–81 Contents lists available at ScienceDirect Journal of Virological Methods journal homepage: www.elsevier.com/locate/jviromet Inactivation of filter bound aerosolized MS2 bacteriophages using a non- conductive ultrasound transducer a,c a,b a,c a,b a,b Michael Versoza , Wonseok Jung , Mona Loraine Barabad , Yongil Lee , Kyomin Choi , a,c, Duckshin Park Transportation Environmental Research Team, Korea Railroad Research Institute, Uiwang City, South Korea Mechanical Engineering Department, Sungkyunkwan University, Suwon, South Korea Railway System Engineering, University of Science and Technology, Daejeon City, South Korea ARTICLE I NFO ABSTRACT Keywords: The inactivation of viruses that retain their infectivity when transmitted through the air is challenging. To Virus aerosols address this issue, this study used a non-contact ultrasound transducer (NCUT) to generate shock waves in the air Virus inactivation at specific distances, input voltages, and exposure durations, targeting bacteriophage virus aerosols captured on Non-contact ultrasound transducer to H14 HEPA filters. Initially, a frequency of 27.56 kHz (50V) at 25-mm distance was used, which yielded an inactivation efficiency of up to 32.69 ± 12.10%. Other frequencies at shorter distances were investigated, where 29.10 kHz had the highest inactivation efficiency (up to 81.95 ± 9.79% at 8.5-mm distance and http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Virological Methods Elsevier

Inactivation of filter bound aerosolized MS2 bacteriophages using a non-conductive ultrasound transducer

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Elsevier
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Copyright © 2018 Elsevier B.V.
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0166-0934
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1879-0984
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10.1016/j.jviromet.2018.02.015
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Journal of Virological Methods 255 (2018) 76–81 Contents lists available at ScienceDirect Journal of Virological Methods journal homepage: www.elsevier.com/locate/jviromet Inactivation of filter bound aerosolized MS2 bacteriophages using a non- conductive ultrasound transducer a,c a,b a,c a,b a,b Michael Versoza , Wonseok Jung , Mona Loraine Barabad , Yongil Lee , Kyomin Choi , a,c, Duckshin Park Transportation Environmental Research Team, Korea Railroad Research Institute, Uiwang City, South Korea Mechanical Engineering Department, Sungkyunkwan University, Suwon, South Korea Railway System Engineering, University of Science and Technology, Daejeon City, South Korea ARTICLE I NFO ABSTRACT Keywords: The inactivation of viruses that retain their infectivity when transmitted through the air is challenging. To Virus aerosols address this issue, this study used a non-contact ultrasound transducer (NCUT) to generate shock waves in the air Virus inactivation at specific distances, input voltages, and exposure durations, targeting bacteriophage virus aerosols captured on Non-contact ultrasound transducer to H14 HEPA filters. Initially, a frequency of 27.56 kHz (50V) at 25-mm distance was used, which yielded an inactivation efficiency of up to 32.69 ± 12.10%. Other frequencies at shorter distances were investigated, where 29.10 kHz had the highest inactivation efficiency (up to 81.95 ± 9.79% at 8.5-mm distance and

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Journal of Virological MethodsElsevier

Published: May 1, 2018

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