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bactericide

[bak′tir·ə‚sīd]
(materials)
An agent that destroys bacteria.
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cyminum; all the three spices were found to be excellent bactericidal agents.
This indicated that the alcohol present in wines is not the only factor involved in their bactericidal effect.
Minimal bactericidal concentrations were also examined according to standard procedures (9,10).
Oritavancin is a semisynthetic glycopeptide with bactericidal activity against almost all gram-positive pathogens, including methicillin-, vancomycin-, and linezolid-resistant S.
Ramoplanin has potent in vitro bactericidal activity targeted against Gram-positive bacteria, including many antibiotic resistant strains such as vancomycin-resistant enterococci (VRE), methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) and vancomycin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (VRSA).
The Bio Plus[R] Model 2004 in-duct/in-line bactericidal HEPA filters are ideally suited for cleanroom applications requiring high airflow rates in a compact package--up to 6500 scfm per module.
"Hibiclens is bactericidal on contact," a spokesman explains.
coli O157 bacteria, copper and brass tiles had better bactericidal effects than stainless steel.
Request for quotations : supply of an umbrella with a bactericidal filter made of sheet galvanized steel.
The US approved Xepi is a novel bactericidal, non-fluorinated quinolone for the treatment of impetigo, a common, highly contagious bacterial skin infection.
The outbreak isolates were sent to an independent laboratory for flow cytometry to measure antigen expression and serum bactericidal activity testing using human complement (hSBA) to evaluate whether stored serum from healthy adults previously vaccinated with Bexsero or Trumenba could kill the outbreak strain bacteria (6).
It is well known that antimicrobial agents that interact with the cell wall usually display time-dependent bactericidal activity that correlates with %[T.sub.>MIC].