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Re: some proteins protect bacteria from oxygen


I'm not familiar with Silverpuppy. But I have produced my own
CS using a Beck style generator. Typically the kind we use
to generate at home will be sufficient for most application,
but they tend to produce more silver ions and larger partical
sizes (over 100 nanometers to as large as one micron). I agree
that most producers manufacture inferior CS with additives, and
larger partical sizes and ions, in which case you might as well
make your own. But If you want the highest quality with partical
sizes less than 10 nanometers (to control the tiniest of invadors
like prions), you either have to pay dearly for costly equipment
to make it yourself or buy it from a reputable company that has
lab testing to prove what they are saying.
 

 
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