Hypochlorous Acid ('HOCL
') production equipment and the unique applications are used for high-volume, industrial and commercial applications, specifically bacteria, mould, and spore control.
United States-based Sonoma Pharmaceuticals has revealed the results from a study that evaluated the use of its proprietary high-strength performance-stabilised HOCl
(Hypochlorous Acid) in the management of acne vulgaris, it was reported yesterday.
In the present work, the antibacterial effect of HOCL
on the nasal secretion of CRS patients was investigated to clarify its role as nasal irrigant.
and [C.sub.2][H.sub.5]N-HOCl complexes are presented in Figure 1, in which are pictured the values of bond lengths (variations in parentheses) of the hydrogen bonds, H-O and O-Cl [sigma]-hole.
Generation of HOCl
and Other Reactive Oxygen Species.
En Colombia, en 1993, a traves de la implementacion de un protocolo modificado de acidificacion mas procesos secundarios de superoxidacion del agua, se desarrollo una tecnica para estabilizar el HOCl
. Esta dio inicio a procesos investigativos dirigidos a la optimizacion y refinamiento de los metodos de obtencion de la molecula hasta crear una solucion antimicrobiana a base de HOCl
con potenciales aplicaciones profilacticas y terapeuticas en medicina humana.
Of these two compounds, the important one is hypochlorus acid, or HOCl
. This compound is the "active form" of chlorine, providing the needed oxidation, substitution and disinfection reactions.
Combined treatments were performed by immersing the product in HOCl
, then in ASC, after which the product underwent a Cl[O.sub.2] gas phase treatment.
In this study, the ability of lobster hemocytes to generate ROS is examined using luminol and lucigenin to quantify myeloperoxidase (MPO)-dependent HOCl
production and [O.sub.2.sup.-] generation, respectively (Stevens & Hong 1984, Dahlgren & Stendahl 1983).
For the assay, 75 [micro]M HOCl
was prepared immediately before use by adjusting a solution of NaOCl to pH 6.2 with diluted sulfuric acid.
A newly recognized active compound, hypochlorite-modified albumin (HOCl-alb), is formed during the reaction between proteins and hypochlorite (HOCl
) that originates from the myeloperoxidase of active neutrophils with the generation of oxidative stress and was isolated for the first time from uremic patients by Witko-Sarsat and his colleagues  in 1996.