bactericide

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bactericide

[bak′tir·ə‚sīd]
(materials)
An agent that destroys bacteria.
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It was known for a while that some bactericidal antibiotics put bacterial respiration into over-drive, which, by producing too many oxygen radicals, becomes toxic to the pathogens.
Its unique inhibition of the FtsZ protein translates into potent bactericidal activity, enhanced metabolic stability and improved pharmacokinetic properties, making TXA709 a potentially valuable tool in the global struggle against antibiotic resistance.
The first series of lab experiments have shown that the bactericidal formula in the Bolidt flooring systems is effective against a large number of multi-resistant bacteria.
This indicated that the alcohol present in wines is not the only factor involved in their bactericidal effect.
meningitidis as a serum bactericidal titer of [greater than or equal to] 1:8 (4,7).
He told conference attendees that XOMA plans to begin efficacy testing of its Neuprex product this year in indications related to it bactericidal and endotoxin-neutralizing properties.
BPI is a potent bactericidal protein that disrupts the outer membrane of gram-negative bacteria.
As its name implies, BPI is a potent bactericidal protein that disrupts the cell wall integrity of gram-negative bacteria through specific binding to endotoxin on its surface.
Importantly, the recombinantly produced fragment (known as rBPI-23) retains its potent bactericidal properties.
Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has given notice of allowance to QMT of patent application entitled "Intrinsically Bactericidal Absorbent Dressing and Method of Fabrication - No.
com/research/6ceaf7/the_bactericidal_a) has announced the addition of the "The Bactericidal and Oligodynamic Action of Silver and Copper in Hygiene, Medicine and Water Treatment" report to their offering.