A solution of 1:8 liquid laundry bleach to water should work extra well. Use gloves and eye protection, and remember to clean with water after disinfection.
Sweat does not kill pathogens.
Lymphocytes kill pathogens by producing antibodies.
mostly other pathogens kill pathogens
Always use gloves anytime you perform first aid, even if the victim is family. Bloodborne Pathogens are nasty and can seriously make you sick or even kill you.
A pH of 10 is an alkaline pH. Pathogens prefer an alkaline environment. When the pH becomes alkaline enough to kill pathogens, it will damage your skin.
Stomach acid is a chemical barrier against pathogens. The low pH of the acid creates an environment in which pathogens are unable to survive and will often kill them. Mucous is a physical barrier against pathogens. It acts to trap pathogens to prevent them from entering the body any farther.
No- they are both pathogens. Pathogens are harmful or hurtful germs such as viruses, bacteria, worms, and parasites. If they are both Pathogens, then they can't really kill each other.
Phagocytes kill pathogens by engulfing them. hope that's helped!
Pain killers only do just that- help to kill pain. Pathogens such as bacteria are not killed by pain medicine. Antibiotics are prescribed to kill some pathogens, but currently no antibiotics are also pain killers as well.
Kill time varies with the germicide, the concentration of the germicide and the type of pathogens you are trying to kill.
well... basically the antibodies eat the pathogens and sh*ts them out again. That's not it at all. Antibodies destroy pathogens by binding to antigens on the pathogen.
No. Hand sanitizers on your hands just kill pathogens (Pathogens is another word for germs, if you don't know what it means). The pathogens can't evade the alcohol. If they do, they may kill your brain cells. I do not know about other alcohols, but of course, it won't kill your brain cells if it doesn't have to do with killing germs. That was a very good question, anyway.
prevent the growth of microorganisms
The white blood cells.
They have enzymes in them to kill pathogens
phagocytes kill the ingested pathogen with oxidants and nitric oxide
Pathogens do not fight disease. In fact, pathogens are the foreign agents in the body that may cause disease. They are the agents that macrophages and other phagocytes will try to kill in the body.
chlorine dioxide does kill pathogens in the body and is extremely effective but it is not a naturally occurring element so I would question it but not disregard it if I was extremely sick in any way.
the macrophage is the first line of defense for the immune system, they are the cells that engulf the invading pathogens.