virucidal


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virucidal

(ˌvaɪrəˈsaɪdəl)
adj
(Biology) another word for viricidal
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Adj.1.virucidal - tending to destroy viruses
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Organic matter in clinical fluids can reduce the virucidal activity of disinfectants by a chemical reaction between the disinfectant and the organic matter, which leaves less active disinfectant available for virus inactivation.
It is bactericidal, fungicidal, virucidal, sporicidal and moistens, lubricates, debrides, and reduces the microbial load of lesions.
45% With Activator ,20 Minutes High Level Disinfectant Virucidal, Bactericidal,Fungicidal And Tuberculocidal At 20 Degree Centigrade
9,11-14) Previous studies suggest that favipiravir has virucidal effects, implicating the mutagenesis by favipiravir may be engaged in various types of RNA viruses.
Further fused heterocyclic system containing one or more nitrogen in ring systems are marked among the most versatile bioactive compounds such as fungicidal, insecticidal [2] herbicidal [3] and virucidal [4-5].
chamomile has anti-inflammatory, anti hyperglycemic, anti-cancer, anti pruritic, anti microbial, poliovirus inhibitory, antiulcer, anti allergic, antispasmodic, virucidal, immunomodulatory, sedative and wound healing properties (Enas, 2013).
3,44) Proteins derived from lactoferrin may also be directly virucidal.
Local wound treatment, that is, immediate flushing and washing the wounds, scratches, and adjoining areas with plenty of soap and water, preferably under a running tap for at least 5 min and irrigation with virucidal agents can reduce the chances of developing rabies by up to 80%.
On the other hand, the clean shed was disinfected thoroughly prior to stocking and maintained in a clean state by daily hosing of pens and aisles, flushing effluent channels with clean water and twice daily fogging the air space with a virucidal agent.
The Nugen 2M disinfectant wipe has virucidal efficacy against blood borne pathogens.
Amoros et al investigated the in vitro antiviral activity of resin balsam against HSV and could detect a virucidal effect when herpes virus was pretreated with propolis, but pretreatment of cells with propolis did not inhibit viral replication.