Phoseon showcases KeyPro™ KP100 UV LED instrument for virus inactivation at the upcoming World Vaccine Congress event (booth 162) in Washington, DC. Phoseon’s patented UV LED technology provides a new method for inactivating microorganisms and biomolecules, bringing new opportunity to research labs. Both microorganisms and biomolecules inactivate with the right dose of UV light.
Phoseon’s KeyPro™ KP100 high-irradiance ultraviolet LED instrument inactivates viruses, bacteria, and fungi; decontaminates microplates, and disinfects labware surfaces.
Phoseon’s UV LED systems enable users to precisely control the ultraviolet light to deliver the intensity and dose required to partially or fully inactivate viruses. Preliminary tests indicate the possibility of inactivating viruses without damaging recognition features.
World Vaccine Congress Washington 2019 will be held at the Renaissance Washington DC Downtown Hotel in Washington DC on April 14-17. Stop by the booth to discover why Phoseon is the premier partner to solve new challenges in life sciences instruments, healthcare and advanced imaging.