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    题名: 病毒及細菌崩解消毒物質及其機制
    其它题名: Microbe breakdown substances & mechnism
    作者: 林世明;李世光;李世元;朱淑芳;蕭文欣
    贡献者: 淡江大學化學學系
    日期: 2005-02-01
    上传时间: 2009-12-01 16:38:15 (UTC+8)
    摘要: 本發明提出一種全新具使病毒及病菌失去致病性之機制,發明化合物一方面具親近病源體之官能基,一方面發明化合物本身有聚集之作用,利用發明物本身於病源體表面大量聚集之多重異類吸附作用力干擾病源體表面分子組成之同類吸引作用力,並產生相互競爭之的現象,造成病源體表面產生破壞之現象,進而瓦解病源體辨識宿主細胞的蛋白質辨識系統如病毒之套膜或衣殼瓦解,而讓病源體喪失對宿主細胞感染性。此外,本發明亦提出將發明化合物經特殊處理附著或鍵結於衣物纖維或塑膠表面上,而使相關產品如衣服、鍵盤、手機等具有抗病毒或抗菌之功能。亦可應用在防護病毒或病菌功用相關用品上,如口罩、防護衣以及其他相關空氣濾淨之濾材等。
    A category of substances for inflicting in a biomolecular mechanism the conformation breakdown of microbes into biological components is disclosed. A substance of the category has a chemical composition of hydrophobic nature having bonded to at least one structural point of its composition a hydrophilic functional group. A multiplicity of molecules of the substance inflicts the microbe breakdown by being adsorbed to the microbial surface of the target microbe and assembled into aggregates. The substance molecules' aggregates at close proximity to the microbial surface exert adsorptive interaction forces to nearby ones of the microbe biological components. The forces exerted are significant enough to compete with the absorptive interaction forces among the biological components and thereby disrupts the conformation, breaks out of structural binding equilibrium among the biological components, and results in the breakdown and denaturation of the microbe.
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