Sentence Examples with the word bactericidal

The recent application of the action of bactericidal rays to the cure of lupus is, however, an extension of the same discovery.

Inhalations of thorium emanations produced from thorium nitrate through a wash-bottle inhaler are said to have a bactericidal action in diseases of the lungs.

Radium is analgesic and bactericidal in its action.

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Variations in the bactericidal action of the serum in vivo, variations in the chemiotactic or opsonic properties of the serum in vivo, and variations in the digestive properties of the leucocytes of the particular animal.

It is quite evident that bactericidal action as tested in vitro outside the body does not correspond to the degree of immunity possessed by the animal under natural conditions.

The blood serum has a direct bactericidal action on certain bacteria, as tested outside the body, and this also varies in different animals.

The serum of the susceptible rabbit, for example, is bactericidal to this organism, whilst the serum of the immune dog is not.

An important point with regard to the therapeutic application of an anti-bacterial serum, is that when the serum is kept in vitro the complement rapidly disappears, and accordingly the complement necessary for the production of the bactericidal action must be supplied by the blood of the patient treated.

He also showed that the bactericidal action takes place in the absence of food materials, thus proving that it is not merely a poisoning effect of the altered medium.

The observations Bacteria g 5' of Downes and Blunt in 1877 left it uncertain whether the bactericidal effects in broth cultures exposed to solar rays were due to thermal action or not.