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Table 2 Energy levels and bactericidal efficiencies for the inactivation of bacterial species using 405- and 465-nm LEDs

From: Photoinactivation of major bacterial pathogens in aquaculture

Species Wavelength (nm) Dose (J cm−2) Log10 reduction (±SD) Dose/log10 reduction (±SD) BEa (±SD)
Photobacterium damselae 405 137 (±4) 3.8 36.1 (±1.0) 0.028 (±0.001)
465 1387 (±126) 3.7 374.7 (±34.1) 0.003 (±0)
Vibrio anguillarum 405 132 (±4) 3.2 41.2 (±1.3) 0.024 (±0.001)
465 1934 (±3) 4 483.6 (±0.7) 0.002 (±0)
Edwardsiella tarda 405 260 (±10) 3.8 68.4 (±2.7) 0.015 (±0.001)
465 2178 (±517) 4.0 544.4 (±129.2) 0.002 (±0)
Streptococcus iniae 405 262 (±5) 2.9 90.4 (±1.6) 0.011 (±0)
465 247 (±3) 3.5 70.5 (±1) 0.014 (±0)
Aeromonas salmonicida 405 345 (±131) 3.5 98.7 (±37) 0.011 (±0.001)
465 555 (±10) 3.3 168.1 (±40.6) 0.006 (±0)
Vibrio harveyi 405 543.7 (±4.4) 4.3 126.4 (±1.0) 0.008 (±0)
465 NA NA NA NA
Streptococcus parauberis 405 446 (±66) 2.9 153.8 (±22.8) 0.007 (±0.001)
465 743 (±153) 2.9 256.2 (±52.7) 0.004 (±0.001)
  1. aBactericidal efficiency, calculated as log10 (10/N 0) per radiant flux (J cm−2)
  2. N 0 initial bacterial population in CFU ml−1, NA not applicable, BE bactericidal efficiency