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Universite de Montreal Patents Biofilm-Removing Detergent



Published November 22, 2005
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Patent No. US 6,762,160 B2: Universite de Montreal, Montreal, Canada, patented a composition to remove a biofilm from a surface without the use of peroxide, terpene or sodium hypochiorite. The agent contains cetylpyridinium chloride (CPC) detergent and a salt acid that together can displace divalent cations and dismantle and destroy the structure of the biofilm.


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