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accepted Can a fungus become resistant to a chemical such as Potassium Permanganate?
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comment Can a fungus become resistant to a chemical such as Potassium Permanganate?
@WYSIWYG, roughly 5 grams to 5 liters of water, ( so about 0.1% solution? ) . What would be effective strategies to overcome the ROS response. Would (a) increasing the sol. strength and/or (b) increasing the duration of submersion and/or (c) increasing the frequency of submersion (number per day) help? Of the three, (b) and (c) would appear to minimize the skin corrosion/discoloration and hence be preferable to (a). Thanks for your input.
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comment Can a fungus become resistant to a chemical such as Potassium Permanganate?
@Chris, aha, you may be onto something there, the solution was mixed once and then used over a few days, so maybe it lost it's efficacy over time.
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comment Can Naegleria fowleri enter through the eyes ( example rinsing/splashing eyes with water)
@dd3, thanks, your input provided helpful clarification.
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comment Can Naegleria fowleri enter through the eyes ( example rinsing/splashing eyes with water)
Is the extract you quoted specific to Naegleria fowleri or just water borne pathogens in general? Thanks for your input.
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comment Can Naegleria fowleri enter through the eyes ( example rinsing/splashing eyes with water)
@Gabriel could you perhaps opine on this?
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