Sulfonamide molecules are not only widely used as anti-bacterial agents
in the pharmaceutical industries but also have broad applications as anti-convulsant [8-11], anti-migraine , diuretic , hypoglycemic [14-15], caspase  and antiviral agents .
Our new class of anti-bacterial agents
show great promise in the fight against certain drug resistant bacteria.
The coating gives TB a resistance to anti-bacterial agents
-they can't penetrate that coat.
29, have two layers with anti-bacterial agents
to keep skin fresh.
Antibiotic Resistance: The need for drugs that combat or circumvent antibiotic resistance mechanisms is now pivotal to the development of new anti-bacterial agents
Other key factors impacting this market are the increasing purchases of male specific products, additives that enhance product functionality, such as anti-bacterial agents
and exfoliation, fragrance variety and targeting age-group specific consumers, including Millenial Echo Boomers and Baby Boomers.
According to Carabello, Unotron's pioneering mice design configurations and materials allow these patented products to be easily washed, immersed and disinfected by commercial-grade detergents and anti-bacterial agents
while providing users with comfort, control and reliability.
While our current products effectively kill bacteria, viruses, and fungi - such as mold and mildew - the new Mycosol technology should provide us with an expanded arsenal of proprietary, safe, broad spectrum, long-term anti-mold, anti-bacterial agents
As it is frequently difficult to control its growth by using conventional methods of treatment and disinfection including high-temperature water pasteurization, ultra-violet radiation, chlorination and other anti-bacterial agents
, this new water filter should have a major impact on the efficacy of infection control procedures based on the laboratory study.
In 1996, Vicuron became a separate company focusing on the development of anti-infective therapeutics, including anti-fungal and anti-bacterial agents
for the hospital setting.
Lederberg, co-editor of the National Institute of Medicine book `Emerging Infections' said, "It is clear that new classes of anti-bacterial agents
are urgently needed to treat infections caused by Gram-positive bacteria, particularly in hospitals, where resistance is most widespread.