- Triclosan is a
potent wide spectrum antibacterial and antifungal agent.
- Triclosan is
considered a pesticide by the Environmental Protection
- It is a
chlorinated aromatic and contains one or more benzene rings with one or
more chlorine atoms bound to carbon atoms, a chemical formula similar to
toxins such as PCBs and dioxins.
- A triclosan standard
was initially injected into the chromatographic system in order to
determine the minimum concentration of analyte that could be FT-IR
detected after deposition.
- A solution
containing 1 mg/mL was injected at several volumes.
- Triclosan is a
broad-spectrum antibacterial agent that inhibits bacterial fatty acid
synthesis at the enoyl-acyl carrier protein reductase
- Resistance to
triclosan in Escherichia coli is acquired through a missensemutation in
the fabI gene that leads to the expression of FabI.
- Triclosan resists
bacteria by inhibiting enzyme enoyl-acyl carrier protein reductase. It
is an emerging contaminant
in surface waters because it is only
partially removed in biological wastewater treatment through
biodegradation and sorption to sludge.
previously found in the aquatic environment as the result of wastewater
emission from a specialty chemicals manufacturing plant, is also
detected in urban wastewaters.
- Triclosan levels
were greater among people in the highest income bracket than among those
in either the middle or lower income brackets.
- Triclosan is an
antibacterial chemical used in toothpaste, mouthwash, soap, dish soap,
laundry detergent, deodorant, cosmetics, lotion and cream & used
in number of products, such as kitchen utensils, toys,
bedding, socks, and trash bags, sometimes as the proprietary Microban
- Triclosan Faqs
- What is triclosan
The Analysis of Triclosan in
The effect of a
triclosan/copolymer/fluoride liquid dentifrice on interproximal enamel
remineralization and fluoride uptake
Triclosan as a Substrate &
Inhibitor of Phosphoadenosine Phosphosulfate Sulfotransferase &
udpglucuronosyl Transferase in Human Liver fractions
Mechanism of Triclosan Inhibition of
Bacterial Fatty Acid Synthesis
Effects of ultraviolet intensity and
wavelength on the photolysis of triclosan
Triclosan in Water
Fate of Triclosan in Greifensee
Spotlight on Triclosan
Strong Demand from Investors and
Industrial Applications Pushes Silver Price to 4th Year of Double-Digit
Antibacterial Liquid Soap w/0.3% Triclosan
Antibacterial Hand Soap
Triclosan Skin Cleanser
Safety data for triclosan
Triclosan skin Cleansing
Application & Product
The Ubiquitous Triclosan
Products That Contain Triclosan
Slow-tight-binding inhibition of
enoyl-acyl carrier protein reductase from Plasmodium falciparum by
High Efficacy Hand washing Enhancing
Germ-kill Through ‘Activated Triclosan’ Technology
Environmental Emergence of Triclosan.
Green Gifts for Everyone.
Risk assessment on the use of
triclosan in cosmetics .
- Triclosan Hazards.
Suppliers of Triclosan
Exporters of Triclosan
The effect of
amine fluoride/stannous fluoride, triclosan and acetylsalicylic acid on
Triclosan-Containing Rinse on the Dynamics and Antimicrobial
Susceptibility of In Vitro Plaque Ecosystems
The Effect Of A Common Antibacterial
Pharmaceutical (Triclosan) On Biological Waste Water Treatment
Effect of a Triclosan Dentifrice on
Plaque formation, Gingivitis & Gingival Bleeding in Pregnant
Containing Medical devices
Triclosan derivative as Improved Textile Antimicrobial
Comprising Fibers Having Esterified Triclosan Derivatives diffused
skin wash with Enhanced Efficacy
Triclosan in the Treatment of Disease of the gastrointestinal
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