Use of cationic surfactants as sporicidal agents
Use of a cationic surfactant for sporicidal treatment
Cationic surfactants derived from the condensation of fatty acids and esterified dibasic amino acids, such as from lauric acid and arginine, in particular the ethyl ester of the laurarnide of the arginine monohydrochloride (LAE), may be used for the treatment of objects which are infected with spores. The spores may originate from bacteria or fungi.
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