oligodynamic

oligodynamic

 [ol″ĭ-go-di-nam´ik]
active in small quantities or at low concentrations.

ol·i·go·dy·nam·ic

(ol'i-gō-dī-nam'ik),
Active in very small quantity; for example, the germicidal effect of an exceedingly dilute solution (such as 1:100,000,000) of copper in distilled water.
[oligo- + G. dynamis, power]

ol·i·go·dy·nam·ic

(ol'i-gō-dī-nam'ik)
Active in very small quantity.

ol·i·go·dy·nam·ic

(ol'i-gō-dī-nam'ik)
Active in very small quantity.

oligodynamic (ol´igōdīnam´ik),

adj effective in extremely small quantities.

oligodynamic

active in a small quantity.
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Englewood Cliffs, NJ, has patented a cleansing composition that contains a surfactant (soap); an oligodynamic metal selected from the group consisting of silver, oxide, silver nitrate, silver acetate, silver sulfate, silver benzoate, silver salicylate, silver carbonate, silver citrate or silver phosphate; and a chelating agent.
show oligodynamic effect with minimum development of resistant microorganisms.
Olarte explained that silver is an oligodynamic metal, whose metal ions kill and inhibit the growth of fungi, bacteria and other microbes.
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The oligodynamic effect of metals on biological systems (including the antimicrobial properties) was already described in 1893 by Nageli (Nageli 1893).
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The oligodynamic property of silver ions binding to both microbial DNA preventing bacterial replication and to sulfhydryl groups of metabolic enzymes of bacterial electron transport chain, causing their inactivation [12] is responsible for its broad spectrum antimicrobial activity.
The recognition of the anti-microbial activity of oligodynamic metals such as silver has been a basis for the development of many anti-microbial processes and products.
Hence, the preference of the community for copper wire (Table 5) can be attributed to its antibacterial (also reflected in our data) and oligodynamic action (17-20), its affordability, traditional usage, and relative zero-maintenance and effort involved.
Also, gold's oligodynamic surface properties inhibit the growth of bacteria.
com/research/6ceaf7/the_bactericidal_a) has announced the addition of the "The Bactericidal and Oligodynamic Action of Silver and Copper in Hygiene, Medicine and Water Treatment" report to their offering.