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The mode of action and cell destruction of disinfectants i. influence of disinfectants on the microbial growth


, : The mode of action and cell destruction of disinfectants i. influence of disinfectants on the microbial growth. Chemie Mikrobiologie Technologie der Lebensmittel 9(1): 11-13

The inhibitory effect of CDAC, DCAC, CTAB, and EGBA on the growth of Pseudomonas putida, Bacillus cereus, Lactobacillus pastorianus, and Saccharomyces diastaticus was examined. The percentage of growth inhibition depended on disinfectant structure, concentration, and the tested microorganism.


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