bactericide (mrsa), fungicide, virucide
(hbv / hiv inactivation, tuberculocidal action.
Phthalimide are used as an intermediate in preparation of bioactive compound such as antibacterial, antifungal, virucide
and many more.
This one-step disinfectant is effective against a broad-spectrum of bacteria, is a virucide
and inhibits the growth of mold and mildew, including their odors when used as directed.
salina toxicity with other biological activities like antimicrobial, parasiticide, virucide
, and molluscicidal activities (Arcanjo et al., 2012).
Disinfectant solutions should be used for a minimum of 10 minutes, and they should contain a bactericide, fungicide, and virucide
FASTPlaqueTB assay takes advantage of these characteristics for the detection of Mycobacterium tuberculosis in sputum: phages (Actiphages) that infect the slow-growing tubercle bacillus survive to the addiction of a virucide
(Virusol) and are then detected through their plaques on nonpathogenic mycobacterial sensor cells .
PERFORMACIDE is EPA registered as a hospital grade disinfectant, sanitizer, tuberculocide, virucide
, fungicide and deodorizer.
Phages that have not infected a viable target cell remain extracellular and are inactivated using a virucide
. Phages that infect cells (i.e.
* For use as a virucide
, including HIV-1, HBV, and HCV applications
Vitamin C, dosed correctly, has proven to be a virucide
, both clinically and in the test tube.
After infection, the sample is treated with a virucide
to destroy phages not infecting a host cell and thus the remaining intracellular phages undergo a replication cycle with subsequent release of the phage from the host cells.
Bioengineering lactic acid bacteria to secrete the HIV-1 virucide