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PAAPituitary Adrenal Axis
PAAPort Authority Act (Pennsylvania)
PAAPopulation Association of America (Silver Spring, Maryland)
PAAPeninsula Art Academy (Peninsula, OH)
PAAPlains All American Pipeline, LP (stock symbol)
PAAProtect America Act of 2007
PAAPolyacrylic Acid
PAAPhotographers Association of America (now Professional Photographers of America)
PAAPan American Airlines (ICAO code)
PAAProfessional Anglers Association
PAAProfessional Achievement Award (various organizations)
PAAProgram Activity Architecture (Canada)
PAAPerforming Arts Academy (various organizations)
PAAPerformance Achievement Award
PAAPublic Administration Agency (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
PAAParents as Advocates
PAAPalo Alto Airport (Palo Alto, CA)
PAAPort Analyzer Adapter
PAAPerformance Assurance Agent
PAAPeracetic Acid
PAAPractical and Applied Arts (education)
PAAPair Availability Analysis
PAAPrueba de Aptitud Académica (Spanish: Academic Aptitude Test; Chile)
PAAPotato Association of America (Orono, Maine)
PAAPotential Annexation Area (Washington)
PAAPeroxyacetic Acid
PAAPhased Adaptive Approach (US DoD)
PAAPattern Analysis and Applications
PAAPan Asian E-Commerce Alliance
PAAPhased-Array Antenna
PAAPennsylvania Automotive Association (Harrisburg, Pennsylvania)
PAAPurdue Alumni Association (West Lafayette, Indiana)
PAAPrimary Aircraft Authorized
PAAProject Atmosphere Australia
PAAPiezo Audio Amplifier (Sonitron)
PAAPriority Area Assessment
PAAPsychologists' Association of Alberta (Edmonton, Alberta, Canada)
PAAPlan Administration Account
PAAPolicy Approving Authority
PAAPre-Accession Advisor
PAAPharmacy Alumni Association
PAAPacific Arts Association (Blaine, Washington)
PAAPrimary Aircraft Authorization
PAAPort Analyzer Adapter (Cisco)
PAAPositive Aquaculture Awareness
PAAPhoton Activation Analysis
PAAPasadena Athletic Association (California)
PAAPrimary Assigned Aircraft
PAAParallel Algorithms and Architectures
PAAPakistan Advertising Association
PAAProtected Area Archive (NASA)
PAAPosition Area for Artillery
PAAProjeto e Análise de Algoritmos
PAAProcurement of Ammunition, Army
PAAPresbyterians for Addiction Action
PAAPitt Alumni Association (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania)
PAAParkview Adventist Academy (Lacombe, Alberta, Canada)
PAAPolyacryl Amide
PAAPrincipal Accrediting Authority
PAAPeer Access Approval
PAAProtein Annotator's Assistant
PAAPrimary Aircraft Assigned
PAAProgressive Action Alliance (Texas)
PAAPrimary Aromatic Amine
PAAPriority Action Agenda (Vanatau)
PAAPolice Administrative Aide
PAAProperty Accounting Activity
PAAPollution Abatement Ashore
PAAProcurement Appropriation, Army
PAAPunahou Alumni Association (Honolulu, Hawaii)
PAAPay Adjustment Authorization
PAAPolice Administrative Assistant
PAAPennsylvania Aquaculture Association
PAAProfessional Apparel Association (Wayne, PA)
PAAPension Adjustment Account (Canada)
PAAPetroleum Aquisition Adjustment
PAAProgram Assistance Announcement
PAAPriority Abatement Area
PAAPersonnel Allowance Amendment
PAAProfessional Aircraft Accessories, Inc
PAAPrehistoric Australian Artefacts
PAAPeripheral Attack Aircraft
PAAPenetrability Analysis Application
PAAPrimary Assembly Area
PAAPlains Apartment Association (Auburn, AL)
PAAPakistan-American Association
PAAPurchase Accounting Adjustment
PAAProgrammed Aircraft Authorization
PAAProgram Authorized Allowance
PAAPersonal Auto-Attendant
PAAProvisioning Access Arrangement
PAAProtected Approach Alley
PAAPlayground Appreciation Association
PAAPrinted-Aperture Antenna
PAAPlease Avoid Acronyms
PAAPriorities, Allocations, and Allotments
PAAProtecting Adults from Abuse
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In our study, there was a reduction of 4,23 [log.sup.10] UFC.[mL.sup.-1] after 5 minutes of contact with peracetic acid (0,5%), 3,562 [log.sup.10] UFC.[mL.sup.-1] with quaternary ammonia (1%), and 4,26 [log.sup.10]UFC.[mL.sup.-1] with water heated at 850C after 3 minutes of contact, Water heated at 450C did not meet the surface hygiene recommendations, reducing only 0,511 [log.sup.10]UFC.[mL.sup.-1] (Table 1), This result highlighted the non-use of water pressure in our study, which is recommended by CONTRERAS et al, (2003) in the rinsing step of surfaces, highlighting its importance,
Peracetic acid market: Global industry analysis and forecast to 2015 to 2021.
AT, aerotolerant; CGF, comparative genomic fingerprinting; HAT, hyperaerotolerant; OS, oxygen sensitive; PAA, peracetic acid.
There are many types of acid pretreatments including use of sulfuric acid, hydrochloric acid, phosphoric acid, peracetic acid, nitric acid etc., (Balat et al., 2008).
In the present work, the jute and bamboo cellulose had been extracted and treated with peracetic acid solution and then followed by mercerization.
Weber, "Comparative evaluation of the sporicidal activity of new low-temperature sterilization technologies: ethylene oxide, 2 plasma sterilization systems, and liquid peracetic acid," American Journal of Infection Control, vol.
Firstly, peracetic acid was obtained by slowly mixing 12.5 g of acetic anhydride (Sigma-Aldrich) with 11.6 mL of hydrogen peroxide (Sigma-Aldrich) in an ice bath.
De-Hua, "Peracetic acid pretreatment of sugarcane bagasse for enzymatic hydrolysis: a continued work," Journal of Chemical Technology and Biotechnology, vol.
Acids like peracetic acid and bases like sodium hydroxide solubilize the cell membrane and nuclear material by utilizing their intrinsically charged properties.
Routinely, the disinfectants such as phenols, chlorhexidine, hypochlorite, alcohol, glutaraldehyde, formaldehyde, hydrogen peroxide, peracetic acid, cupric ascorbate, sodium hypochlorite, quaternary ammonium compounds (QACs), organic mercurials, peroxygens (hydrogen peroxide, peracetic acid, ozone) and silver salts are applied on inanimate surfaces (Mazzola et al., 2003; Block and Furman, 2002; Penna et al., 2001 and Sagripantil et al., 1997).
For example, peracetic acid oxidizes bacterial membrane proteins and phospholipids and disturbs components inside the cell, but it is not suitable for routine use because it is corrosive and damages cleanroom surfaces.