How SurfaceWise™ Works

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ABS Science-Based Technology

ABS’ long-lasting antimicrobial surface coating, SurfaceWise, creates a hostile microscopic environment on surfaces, making it difficult for disease-causing microorganisms to live and multiply.  LEARN MORE

How Microbes Spread

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This video illustrates how quickly bacteria and viruses can spread, and how easy it is to get infected without even thinking about it.

News

01 Feb

Allied BioScience Attacks Hospital Acquired Infections, Dallas Business Journal

Posted by : Anonymous On Sunday, February 01, 2015

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A study conducted at a large, busy hospital in Los Angeles, California, and recently published in the American Journal of Infection Control showed SurfaceWise reduced bacteria in the intensive care unit by more than 99 percent for at least eight weeks after initial application, Ruley said. “We had a 99 percent reduction. There was basically nothing there,” Ruley said. “The surface surfaces get clean and remain clean. It’s game changing.” READ MORE

01 Feb

New ‘Self-Cleaning’ Surface Technology Proven to Significantly Reduce Pathogens in Hospital Environment

Posted by : Anonymous On Sunday, February 01, 2015

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DALLAS, Nov. 6, 2014 – A study published in the November issue of the American Journal of Infection Control recently confirmed the effectiveness of new technology in reducing the number of hospital surface bacteria by more than 99 percent at least eight weeks after initial application – essentially eliminating dangerous pathogens like Clostridium difficile (C. diff) from the hospital landscape. READ MORE

01 Feb

Allied BioScience Relocates Headquarters, Research and Development Efforts to Dallas

Posted by : Anonymous On Sunday, February 01, 2015

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DALLAS, Nov. 5, 2014 – Biotechnology company Allied BioScience today announced the relocation of its headquarters and research and development efforts to Dallas, where it plans to add scientific, sales and support positions later this year and into early 2015. READ MORE