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    Photoactivation holds promise for keratitis treatment

     

     

    The question proved difficult to answer because photoactivation has a strong effect on only the first 100-150 µm of the cornea. “That means if you want to analyze the killing rate of bacteria, you need to create an experimental setting that uses extremely small slides of cornea,” Dr. Richoz said.

     

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