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  • Effect of addition antimicrobial agents to denture reliners. [Journal Article]
    Egypt Dent J. 1994 Jul; 40(3):785-90.el-Charkawi H, el-Said EA, … el-Raghi N
  • This study aimed at evaluating the incorporation of two antimicrobial drugs (nystatin and polynoxylin) as regards: the effect of the liner on the activity of the drug, determination of the least effective concentration of each drug and its duration of action, as well as assessment of the effect of the drug on the mechanical properties and the chemical composition of the liner. Results showed that…
  • Biological activity of polynoxylin--an insoluble urea-formaldehyde condensation product. [Journal Article]
    J Clin Hosp Pharm. 1985 Dec; 10(4):367-72.Blenkharn JI
  • The antimicrobial activity of polynoxylin, an alkali urea-formaldehyde condensation product, has been examined. The minimum inhibitory concentration (MIC) for 1000 clinical isolates of bacteria and yeasts was in the range 1024-16,384 mg/l. Cidal concentrations of the drug were within one dilution of the corresponding values for MIC, the results suggest a cumulative mode of antimicrobial activity.…
  • Release of formaldehyde from polynoxylin and noxythiolin. [Journal Article]
    J Clin Pathol. 1965 Sep; 18(5):666-7.Kingston D
  • Polynoxylin and noxythiolin (Anaflex and Noxyflex) have been recommended for the treatment of certain bacterial infections. Both compounds were shown to release formaldehyde. Detailed studies with noxythiolin showed that it decomposed in solution to liberate most of its formaldehyde, and that solutions of formaldehyde of the appropriate strength gave zones of inhibition on seeded plates comparabl…
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