There are three mechanisms of action:
1. Part 1 of DF200® physically breaks down the bacterial spores by using a surfactant which bores holes into the cell’s walls which are comprised of an armor made from proteins.
2. After the cell’s walls are compromised, Part 2 of the DF200®, which is the hydrogen peroxide mixture with the oxidizing agents, attack and kill the genetic material (DNA) within the spores.
3. The hydrolyzing agents then attack and destroy the contents and functionality of any bacterial spores.
No Biologic Agents can be immune to it.
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