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Journal of Applied Microbiology ISSN 1364-5072

Potential action of copper surfaces on meticillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus

L. Weaver, J.O. Noyce, H.T. Michels and C.W. Keevil

Journal of Hospital infection

Survival of Clostridium difficile on copper and steel: futuristic options for hospital hygiene

L. Weaver,  H.T. Michels and C.W. Keevil

Annals of Microbiology

The antimicrobial properties of copper surfaces against a range of important nosocomial pathogens

Simon W.J. GOULD, Mark D. FIELDER, Alison F. KELLY, Marina MORGAN, Jackie KENNY, Declan P. NAUGHTON

Journal of Hospital infection

The antimicrobial activity of copper and copper alloys against nosocomial pathogens and Mycobacterium tuberculosis isolated from healthcare facilities in the Western Cape:
an in-vitro study

S. Mehtar a, I. Wiid b, S.D. Todorov

Infection control and hospital epidemiology

Copper Surfaces Reduce the Rate of Healthcare-Acquired Infections in the Intensive Care Unit

Cassandra D. Salgado, MD; Kent A. Sepkowitz, MD; Joseph F. John, MD; J. Robert Cantey, MD;
Hubert H. Attaway, MS; Katherine D. Freeman, DrPH; Peter A. Sharpe, MBA; Harold T. Michels, PhD; Michael G. Schmidt, PhD

Materials

Copper Alloy Touch Surfaces in Healthcare Facilities: An Effective Solution to Prevent Bacterial Spreading

Marius Colin, Flora Klingelschmitt, Emilie Charpentier, Jérôme Josse ,Lukshe Kanagaratnam, Christophe De Champs and Sophie C. Gangloff 

BMC Microbiology

Potent bactericidal efficacy of copper oxide
impregnated non-porous solid surfaces

Alastair B Monk, Vikram Kanmukhla, Ken Trinder and Gadi Borkow

infection control and hospital epidemiology

Copper Continuously Limits the Concentration of Bacteria Resident on Bed Rails within the Intensive Care Unit

Michael G. Schmidt, PhD; Hubert H. Attaway III, MS; Sarah E. Fairey, BS; Lisa L. Steed, PhD; Harold T. Michels, PhD; Cassandra D. Salgado, MD, MS

Journal of Hospital infection

Sustained Reduction of Microbial Burden on Common Hospital
Surfaces through Introduction of Copper

Michael G. Schmidt, Hubert H. Attaway, Peter A. Sharpe, Joseph John, Jr., Kent A. Sepkowitz, Andrew Morgan, Sarah E. Fairey, Susan Singh, Lisa L. Steed, J. Robert Cantey, Katherine D. Freeman, Harold T. Michels, and Cassandra D. Salgado

BMC Infectious Diseases

How long do nosocomial pathogens persist on inanimate surfaces?
A systematic review

Axel Kramer*, Ingeborg Schwebke and Günter Kampf

mBIO

Human Coronavirus 229E Remains Infectious on Common Touch
Surface Materials

Sarah L. Warnes, Zoë R. Little, C. William Keevil

Applied and Environmental Microbiology

Copper Resistance of the Emerging Pathogen Acinetobacter baumannii

Caitlin L. Williams, Heather M. Neu, Jeremy J. Gilbreath,* Sarah L. J. Michel, Daniel V. Zurawski, D. Scott Merrella

Applied and Environmental Microbiology

Bacterial Killing by Dry Metallic Copper Surfaces

Christophe Espírito Santo, Ee Wen Lam, Christian G. Elowsky, Davide Quaranta,
Dylan W. Domaille, Christopher J. Chang, and Gregor Grass

Antimicrobial Resistance and Infection Control

Antimicrobial effect of copper alloys on Acinetobacter species isolated from infections and hospital environment

Anna Różańska*, Agnieszka Chmielarczyk, Dorota Romaniszyn, Grzegorz Majka and Małgorzata Bulanda

Acta Biomater

Strain specificity in antimicrobial activity of silver and copper nanoparticles

Jayesh P. Ruparelia , Arup Kumar Chatterjee , Siddhartha P. Duttagupta, Suparna Mukherji

Applied and Environmental Microbiology

Mechanism of Copper Surface Toxicity in Vancomycin-Resistant Enterococci following Wet or Dry Surface Contact

S. L. Warnes and C. W. Keevil

The New England Journal of Medicine 

Aerosol and surface stability of HCoV-19 (SARS-CoV-2) compared to SARS-CoV-1

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