Antimicrobial Treatments: Strategies for Inhibiting Microorganisms

Antimicrobial treatments encompass various strategies and agents used to inhibit or kill microorganisms. They are employed in healthcare settings, agriculture, and everyday products to maintain hygiene and prevent infections.
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Widely utilized in healthcare, agriculture, and consumer goods.
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Prepared by Shruti Sahoo, reviewed by Dr. Eugene Smith

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