biostatics

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bi·o·stat·ics

(bī'ō-stat'iks),
The science of the relation between structure and function in organisms.
[bio- + G. statikos, causing to stand]

biostatics

the science of the structure of organisms in relation to their function.
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BIOSTATIC COATINGS FOR THE REDUCTION AND PREVENTION OF BACTERIAL ADHESION
Instead, it uses multifunctional agents that have excellent efficacy as biostatic and fungistatic agents.
The industrial market has also begun to take advantage of the ability of various material suppliers to render their materials biocidal or biostatic for such applications as food handling gloves, wipes, etc.
According to the company, the products are the latest addition to the Spectrastat line of alternative preservatives that contain the revolutionary biostatic agent, CHA.
With the development of new anti-infective technologies, Veridien has a significant opportunity to broaden its portfolio and add biostatic products that prevent growth of infective microbials to our current line of patented biocidal Infection Control Products.
It contains no biocides; rather, it uses multifunctional agents that are biostatic and fungistatic.
BioShield(TM) Technologies' (Nasdaq: BSTI) core businesses include three divisions that primarily provide the company's core antimicrobial and biostatic products to different vertical markets.
Inolex has introduced Spectrastat, a high-performance biostatic system for preservative-free cosmetics.
BioShield Technologies is comprised of four business divisions for the sale, distribution, and development of antimicrobial, biostatic and medical related products for the internet medical markets, retail, industrial & institutional and OEM markets.