microbicide

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microbicide

a substance that kills microbes.
See also: Killing
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mi·cro·bi·cide

n. microbicida, agente exterminador de microbios.

microbicide

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Its microbicidal action acts on the citrus, improving the fruit's permeability and stopping infecting agents.
Thrombocidins, microbicidal proteins from human blood platelets, are C-terminal deletion products of CXC chemokines.
Interior spaces are treated with Paint Shield, a Sherwin-Williams product that is touted as the first EPA-registered microbicidal paint.
Hermans et al., (2010, 2012) also reported the dose-dependent action of MCFAs against Campylobacter; however, capric acid had the highest microbicidal activity.
This microbicidal activity is highly dependent on the wavelength of UV radiation.
Undissociated hypochlorous acid (HOCl) is thought to be the active moiety which can undergo dissociation into the less microbicidal OCl- with increased pH38.
Vaginal pH and microbicidal lactic acid when lactobacilli dominate the microbiota.
Kohlmann et al., "In-vitro analysis of the microbicidal activity of 6 contact lens care solutions," BMC Infectious Diseases, vol.
Determination of Minimum Inhibitory Concentration (MIC) and Minimum Microbicidal Concentration (MMC).
To increase the decontamination efficiency, the atmosphere where the plasma is generated may be also enriched by some other microbicidal substances, for example, hydrogen peroxide or peracetic acid.
Thus, as already demonstrated in previous studies, the mechanism of cell death participates effectively in the control of leprosy infection and, depending on the clinical form, may contribute to evasion of the host's immune responses or even cooperate towards the most effective microbicidal response [11, 36, 44].
Moreover, they exert strong microbicidal and tumoricidal activities [10, 28].