bactericide


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bactericide

[bak′tir·ə‚sīd]
(materials)
An agent that destroys bacteria.
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That is the reason for the presence of a mild bactericide in the formulation.
Nevertheless, the protein profile comprising the major proteins of the extracellular medium of neutrophils treated with LPS in combination with cytochalasin D included cathepsin G, the bactericide of primary granules, but not MMP-9 (Table 3).
Part of our work was focused on finding the gel with the best manipulation characteristics without affecting its bactericide properties.
Meanwhile the remain 57.5% for others product including fungicides, herbicides, acaricides, bactericide and, etc.
When we worked on the hypobromous acid creation mechanisms and its modes of action as an active principle for swimming pool disinfection, we noted that the bactericide effect of this biocide was developed against 4 pathogenic bacteria likely to be present in water: Enterococcus, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, E.coli and Staphylococcus aureus.
Crosslinked films obtained by UV photopolymerization of urethane-diacrylate and tri-propylene-glycol diacrylate oligomers with added 0.1 % (w/w) of TCDPE (Triclosan) show bactericide activity toward E.C.
The nanocage is filled with a medicinal substance, such as a chemotherapy drug or bactericide.esigned in Younan Xia's lab, the cage releases carefully titrated amounts of a drug only near the tissue that is the drug's intended target, thus maximizing the drug's beneficial effects while minimizing its side effects.
The study also delved into the relation of chemical structure to a bactericide's pathogen-quelling ability.
Troy Corporation has announced the availability of Troysan[R] 1050, a water-based bactericide designed to inhibit the growth of microorganisms on coated surfaces.
has introduced a water-based bactericide, Troysan 1050, designed to inhibit the growth of microorganisms on coated surface.
The company is launching the next generation of Polysept products (a novel proprietary bactericide and fungicide additive), which were developed by PCA.
It acts as a broad sprectrum germicidal cleaner and is effective as a bactericide, fungicide, and virucide, including hepatitis B and C, HIV-1 (AIDS), and tuberculosis, with residual biocide action.