Data for: "Violet-blue 405-nm Light-based Photoinactivation for Pathogen Reduction of Human Plasma Provides Broad Antibacterial Efficacy Without Visible Degradation of Plasma Proteins".



This supplementary file contains the data collected during the investigation of violet-blue 405-nm Light-based photoinactivation for pathogen reduction of human plasma.

Optical characterization data for plasma samples and the 405nm violet-blue light source measured using a spectrophotometer and spectrometer respectively is included.

Data sets collected from 405nm light based bacterial inactivation testing, contain the raw bacterial counts recorded for a broad range of bacteria in human plasma following exposure to a fixed 405nm light treatment.

Complete dataset contains non-confidential information with human plasma samples supplied by TCS Biosciences Ltd (UK) and the Scottish National Blood Transfusion Service (SNBTS, UK)).

Raw data were inputted into Microsoft Excel spreadsheets, and subsequently inputted into Minitab statistical software to generate Control Charts of the data and to perform statistical analyses.

Photographs of SDS-PAGE master gels used to assess potential plasma protein damage observed upon exposure to violet-blue 405-nm light are included.

Data was gathered between January 2019 and February 2021.

This dataset was generated for intended use in a PhD thesis and for journal paper publication.
Date made available21 Feb 2021
PublisherUniversity of Strathclyde
Date of data productionJan 2019 - Feb 2021

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