Shargawi et al

Biogun technology has been shown to be effective against a wide variety of micro-organisms - Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria, aerobic and anaerobic spore-forming bacteria, yeasts and pseudomonads.

In this peer-reviewed, published paper, the thrush fungus Candida albicans was the target organism, responsible for the condition angular cheilitis, among other things.

One of the most interesting facets of this research - not entirely reflected in the Conclusions - is the way in which the microbicidal effect continued to be exhibited even in an atmosphere of virtually pure nitrogen, albeit at a reduced level. These findings cast doubt on the prominence of the role of both superoxide and ozone emphasised by other researchers, and suggest that other mechanisms play a major part in the observed microbicidal effects,

A PDF file of the paper can be downloaded here.