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Physically acting products for head lice – the end of the beginning

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Competing Interests

The author has been involved in the development, laboratory testing, clinical trials, and general use in the community of numerous products produced and marketed for the control and elimination of head louse infestation. He has received consultancy fees from several companies involved in marketing this product category but has never been directly employed by any of them.

Author Contributions

Ian F Burgess conceived and designed the experiments, analyzed the data, prepared figures and/or tables, authored or reviewed drafts of the paper, approved the final draft.

Patent Disclosures

The following patent dependencies were disclosed by the authors:

Ansell J. 2001 Method and composition for the control of arthropods. International patent, WO 01/19190 A1, 22 March 2001

Boskamp M, Hilscher H, Vater T. 2007 Composition for combating ectoparasites and their ova. United States patent, US 2007/0212382 A1, 13 September 2007.

Campbell WR, Palma KG, Paulsen NE. 2003 Methods and compositions for treating ectoparasites infestation. United States patent, US 2003/0202997 A1, 30 October 2003

Lover MJ, Singer AJ, Lynch DM, Rhodes WE III. 1977 Use of siloxanes as ectoparasiticides. Great Britain patent, GB 1 604 853, 18 October 1977

Panin G. 2010 Use of vitamin E or derivatives thereof for the control of arthropods. International patent, WO 2010/031584 A2, 25 March 2010

Rossel B. 2008 Foamable composition for killing arthropods and uses thereof. International patent, WO 2008/087148 A3, 24 July 2008

Data Deposition

The following information was supplied regarding data availability:

There are no raw data

Funding

The author received no funding for this work


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