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Mechanisms of action of chemical biocides

their study and exploitation

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Published by Blackwell Scientific Publications in Oxford, Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bactericides -- Mechanism of action.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by S.P. Denyer, W.B. Hugo.
    SeriesTechnical series / The Society for Applied Bacteriology ;, no. 27, Technical series (Society for Applied Bacteriology) ;, no. 27.
    ContributionsDenyer, S. P., Hugo, W. B.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQR97.B32 M43 1991
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 346 p. :
    Number of Pages346
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1849488M
    ISBN 100632029285
    LC Control Number90000894

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Used in teaching laboratories to evaluate the efficacy of a chemical agent. A disk of filter paper is soaked with a chemical and placed on an agar plate that has been previously inoculated and incubated with the test organism. After incubation, if the chemical is effective, a clear zone representing inhibition of growth can be seen around the disc.

Introduction. Chemical biocides have been used for centuries, originally for food and water preservation, although there are early accounts of their use for wound management (Lister ; Craig ; Semmelweis ).A clear landmark in the use of biocides in the healthcare setting was the advent of antisepsis and the use of chlorine water in the early 19th century (Rotter).Cited by: Chemical sterilization methods that use ethylene oxide, formaldehyde, or a variety of other oxidizing agents.

A detailed look at the modes of action of biocides in controlling microbial growth and disrupting microbial physiology. Mechanisms that microorganisms use to resist the effects of biocides. Mechanisms of Action and Rapid Biocide Testing G.S.A.B.

STEWART, S.A.A. JASSIM AND S.P. DENYER Tetrazolium salt reduction, Bioluminescent biosensors, Conclusion, References, Mechanisms of Antibacterial Action —A Summary S.P.

DENYER AND W.B. HUGO Experimental approach to mechanism of action studies, Mechanisms that microorganisms use to resist the effects of biocides. The second edition of Antisepsis, Disinfection, and Sterilization: Types, Action, and Resistance is well suited as a textbook and is outstanding as a reference book for facilities managers and application engineers in manufacturing plants, hospitals, and food production Cited by: A biocide is defined in the European legislation as a chemical substance or microorganism intended to destroy, deter, render harmless, or exert a controlling effect on any harmful organism.

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resistance mechanisms against biocides can contribute to resistance to antibiotics. the combined action of all the biocides in a product should be greater than the sum of the individual actions (synergy).

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With intrinsic resistance the organism possesses properties that make it naturally resistant to certain insults, e.g. the more. Which resistance mechanisms are common to both biocides and antibiotics.

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Biofilms and Biocides: Growing Consistent Monoculture Biofilms for Biocide Assessment / Mechanisms of Action against Mycobacteria / Increasing Disinfection Efficacy of Glutaraldehyde via Chemical and Physical Enhancement / Wei Shen, Yilin Ge and Yi Su. Chemical sterilization methods that use ethylene oxide, formaldehyde, or a variety of other oxidizing agents.

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Current knowledge of the natural and acquired mechanisms that microorganisms use to resist the biocidal effects of chemical and physical processes is explored.