Evaluation of antimicrobial durability on natural product nanoparticle-deposited air filter

Title
Evaluation of antimicrobial durability on natural product nanoparticle-deposited air filter
Authors
황기병권보미노주원정재희배귀남
Keywords
Aerosol; Antimicrobial Filtration; Natural Product; Durability
Issue Date
2012-10
Publisher
The American Association for Aerosol Research 31th Annual Conference
Abstract
Bioaerosols contain airborne viruses, fungi, bacteria, and fragments of organisms. They can cause a variety of disease including infections, hypersensitivities, and toxic reactions and spread widely with air stream. Thus, it is important to control the concentration and viability of bioaerosols in order to protect human health. Recently, the air filtration treatment using natural products has been considered as the most practical way because some of natural products are lethal to microorganism as well as relatively less harmful to human comparing with other antimicrobial substances. In this study, we evaluated the antimicrobial durability on natural product nanoparticledeposited air filter for four months.
URI
http://pubs.kist.re.kr/handle/201004/43273
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