Antimicrobial efficacy and lack of resistance to silane quaternary compounds

Does the ‘entourage effect’ explain the increase in antimicrobial efficacy and lack of resistance seen with fifth-generation silane quaternary compounds? Here, Andrew Kemp provides an overview of the development and use of such agents, and their effects.

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