- •Norovirus infection causes 21 million cases of gastroenteritis in the United States each year
- •Alcohol is ineffective against norovirus and other alcohol-resistant microorganisms
- •Green tea-derived compounds significantly enhanced the virucidal activity of alcohol
- •Ingredients found in beverages increase virucidal activity in surface disinfectants
- •Epigallocatechin-3-gallate-palmitates add benefits to hand hygiene formulations
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