2022 article

A standardized procedure for quantitative evaluation of residual viral activity on antiviral treated textiles

Wang, Z., Amanah, A. Y., Ali, K. M., Payne, L. C., Kisthardt, S., Scholle, F., … Gluck, J. M. (2022, November 2). TEXTILE RESEARCH JOURNAL, Vol. 11.

By: Z. Wang n, A. Amanah n, K. Ali n, L. Payne n, S. Kisthardt n, F. Scholle n, R. Ormond n, K. Mathur n, J. Gluck n

author keywords: SARS-CoV-2; antiviral textiles; Tissue Culture Infectious Dose 50
TL;DR: This pilot study aims to develop and refine a standardized protocol to quantitatively evaluate residual viral activity on antiviral textiles and used HCoV-229E and Huh-7 human liver cancer cells for this investigation. (via Semantic Scholar)
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