Bactericidal efficacy of electrospun pure and Fe-doped titania nanofibers

  • Azada A
  • Hershey R
  • Ali S
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This paper reports the development of nonwoven nanofibers of pure and
iron-doped titanium dioxide (TiO(2)) and evaluation of their
antimicrobial attributes for using them as disinfectant gauze for wound
healing upon brief activation by ultraviolet/infrared (UV/IR)
illumination. It was found that the fibers exhibited superior
bactericidal affinity when exposed briefly (3-12 s) to either
multiphoton laser or infrared radiations. On the other hand, exposure to
a UV beam for up to 20 min was not effective in mitigating the bacterial
colonization of the Escherichia coli.

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  • Abdul Majeed Azada

  • Ryan Hershey

  • Saqib Ali

  • Vijay Goel

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