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There are two possibly relevant articles in the current issues of Studies in 
Conservation.
Biotechnology and the Conservation of Cultural Heritage – GETTY PUBLICATIONS
M.L.E. Florian’s publications
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Hello Stephan,
Recently I've been exploring the same issue and can refer you to a few texts.
Disertation Foxing of paper caused by fungi and molecular monitoring of 
conservation treatments, Astrid Michaelsen, Dissertationsgebiet (lt. 
Studienblatt): Dr.- Studium der Naturwissenschaften Genetik-Mikrobiologie 
Betreuer: Universitat Wien, oktober 2010.            
http://othes.univie.ac.at/12511/1/2010-10-18_0409787.pdf   especially chapter 
VI - Monitoring of the effects of different conservation treatments on paper 
infecting fungi where the author compares the effect/efficiency of treatment 
with low temperature, gamma radiation, and ethylene oxide.

Have you done sampling, what types of microorganisms, or what species of fungi?

Best Regards,
Tatjana Nedeljković,
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Central Institute for Conservation – Centre for Conservation-Restoration
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Hello,

I am looking for literature and references on the efficiency of thermal 
treatments or freezing not only for the desinfestation of insect pests such as 
wood boring insects, book lice etc., but also for the desinfection of 
micro-organisms (primarily fungi). So basically dry heat desinfection using a 
controlled environment. Information with regards to the treatment of archival 
material and books would be particularly interesting. Are there relative 
sustainable temperatures for paper maybe even considering rare and not rare 
materials. How about combined or hybrid treatments of freezing with subsequent 
heating? Certainly the main concern is possible induced accelerated ageing and 
its quantification. Another major question concerns humid material (paper) as 
it is thought that e.g. gamma irradiation treatment will result in efficient 
desinfecction, however, when the material is irradiated in a humid state and 
exposed to ambient air without prior drying a subsequent micro-organism 
outbreak is nearly unavoidable. In this context what are the best drying 
techniques considering mass treatments and I mean up to several linear 
quilometers of books and archival material.
Any comments and indications will be highly appreciated.

Thanks so much for your help.

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