The mechanism of the anti-microbial of Triclosan

SParker eparker at aros.net
Sun Nov 22 13:33:47 EST 1998


pubmed can be found at www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov


"Ariel / Jaime Finguerut" wrote in message
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>Hello:
>
>About Triclosan, try a search at Medline. You can find Medline using the
>words Pubmed and Entrez at Altavista or Hotbot.
>I am also interested in this product so keep me posted.
>Thanks
>
>Regards
>
>jaime
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>-----Mensagem original-----
>De: SParker <eparker at aros.net>
>Para: microbio at net.bio.net <microbio at net.bio.net>
>Data: Sábado, 21 de Novembro de 1998 07:27
>Assunto: Re: The machenism of the anti-microbial of Triclosan
>
>
>>I think it is a cytochrome P450 inhibitor.  This may help your search.
>>
>>fybog wrote in message <3646120e.19561574 at news.virgin.net>...
>>>According to this month's Scientific American triclosan works on one
>>>single cellular process. Apparently it 'impedes the action of an
>>>enzyme essential to synthesizing lipids in the cell wall'. There isn't
>>>much more detail than that, you'd have to do a journal search for
>>>more.
>>>
>>>Hope I have been of some use.
>>>
>>>fybog
>>
>>
>>
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