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Evaluation of bactericidal and anti-biofilm properties of a novel surface-active organosilane biocide against healthcare associated pathogens and Pseudomonas aeruginosa biolfilm
Corpus ID: 19377226
Healthcare acquired infections (HAI) pose a great threat in hospital settings and environmental contamination can be attributed…
Synergistic efficacy of 405 nm light and chlorinated disinfectants for the enhanced decontamination of Clostridium difficile spores.
J. G. Anderson
Corpus ID: 4796327
The ability of Clostridium difficile to form highly resilient spores which can survive in the environment for prolonged periods…
Efficacy of decontaminants and disinfectants against Clostridium difficile.
Journal of medical microbiology
Corpus ID: 206190657
Clostridium difficile is a common nosocomial pathogen transmitted mainly via its spores. These spores can remain viable on…
The effect of disinfection and a wetting agent on the wettability of addition-polymerized silicone impression materials.
The Journal of prosthetic dentistry
Corpus ID: 10719066
STATEMENT OF PROBLEM The wettability of silicone impression materials is poor, which may lead to voids within casts. All…
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