bactericide

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bactericide

[bak′tir·ə‚sīd]
(materials)
An agent that destroys bacteria.
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Increased interest in the potential health effects of ingredients such as parabens, phthalates, and anti-bacterial agents is driving demand for "natural" and organic Skincare products, which are often perceived to be better for you as consumers believe their ingredients to be less processed.
Our new class of anti-bacterial agents show great promise in the fight against certain drug resistant bacteria.
A deodorant contains anti-bacterial agents such as triclosan which help prevent body odour by reducing the growth of bacteria, but this will have no effect on preventing wetness.
In the study's second stage, InVision-Plus - as the most effective connector from Stage 1 - was compared to two connectors impregnated with anti-bacterial agents.
By seeking to make existing, proven antibiotics significantly better, Mpex is pursuing a relatively lower risk strategy for developing new anti-bacterial agents with significant market potential.
29, have two layers with anti-bacterial agents to keep skin fresh.
Antibiotic Resistance: The need for drugs that combat or circumvent antibiotic resistance mechanisms is now pivotal to the development of new anti-bacterial agents.
The award of this grant is the first step in demonstrating and validating AvidBiotics' novel approach to developing a new class of anti-bacterial agents," said David Martin, Jr.
By combining inhibitors of resistance with proven antibiotics," states Mike Ross, General Partner, SV Life Sciences, "we believe Mpex is pursuing a very attractive strategy for developing new anti-bacterial agents with significant market potential.
By acquiring Trine's rights to important efflux pump inhibitor patents and proprietary data, we have considerably strengthened our intellectual property portfolio and our freedom to operate in the field of combination anti-bacterial agents," said Bill Gerhart, President and CEO, Mpex Pharmaceuticals.
Other key factors impacting this market are the increasing purchases of male specific products, additives that enhance product functionality, such as anti-bacterial agents and exfoliation, fragrance variety and targeting age-group specific consumers, including Millenial Echo Boomers and Baby Boomers.