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bacteriostatic agent

[‚bak¦tir·ē·ō¦stad·ik ′ā·jənt]
(microbiology)
A substance that inhibits the growth of bacteria.
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29, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Bacteriostatic water is a sterile water solution used for injection purposes.
Reproduction cannot take place, so a bacteriostatic environment is created.
This research project utilized selected soluble bacteriostatic agents in environmental water to determine if mortality and morbidity in newly hatched Yacare Caimans and Morelet's Crocodiles would be reduced.
The filters will have bacteria-reduction capability and bacteriostatic protection, according to the company.
Because it is bacteriostatic (inhibits bacterial growth), it retards infection, and its water solubility makes it easy for emergency room personnel to remove debris from the burned patient.
Pure Manuka honey was purposely selected for use in Chamosyn because of its bacteriostatic and other unique properties.
While utilizing three stages of filtration, the activated carbon inside Nubo's filter is impregnated with silver, a well known bacteriostatic agent.
Specn: Non-Toxic, Antiseptic, Bacteriostatic,Contains No Detergents Contains Glycerine,Completely Soluble In Water, Ph Value 7.
Both the flower and calyx are abundant in bacteriostatic polyphenols, including flavonoids, sambubiosides, and proanthocyanidins.
It states that people should use bacteriostatic water - available only on prescription in the UK - to mix the powder.
Lexgard OE 90 and Lexgard NAP are two new preservative-free blends from Inolex that contain well-established multifunctional, bacteriostatic ingredients, according to the company.
Look into how carbon dioxide could help extend the shelf life of microfiltrated milk, due to its bacteriostatic effects.