Molecular Therapeutics

“Innovations In Microbial Control”



Indications for SilvionTM , SilvaklenzTM include:

1st and 2nd Degree Burns

Stage I-IV Pressure Ulcers

Venous Stasis Ulcers

Diabetic Ulcers

Dermal Lesions


Skin Irritation


     Advanced Antimicrobial Skin Cleanser and Wound Moisturizing

                       Solutions for Today’s Toughest Microbes                       

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Numerous reports in the media and professional medical literature have expressed grave concerns about the effectiveness of currently available antibiotics against multi-drug resistant bacteria. Some strains of pathogenic bacteria have demonstrated rapidly evolving defense strategies that render antibiotics worthless. One defense strategy used by microbes is to secrete a substance known as biofilm, which provides a protective shield affectively blocking antimicrobials from contacting the microbe.

An innovative technology, based upon research conducted by the Emerging Disease Research Group at the University Of Georgia, has been developed that significantly enhances and potentiates the killing activity of topical antimicrobials. This new class of antimicrobials destroys protective biofilms as well as the integrity and functionality of the microbe’s cellular membrane. In vitro testing has shown that microbes that quickly develop resistance to antimicrobials in vivo, are unlikely to remain resistant or develop resistance to PotentiatedTM antimicrobials.

“We started with the goal of stopping multi-drug resistant bacteria. Physicians now have a new weapon in their antimicrobial arsenal to fight even the most dangerous bacteria, like the infection that affected Christopher Reeve,” said Branson Ritchie PhD,  Distinguished Research Professor at the University of Georgia.

SilvionTM and SilvaKlensTM are the  fist two products incorporating this revolutionary     PotentiatedTM antimicrobial technology to receive FDA clearance for professional use.

SilvionTM, SilvaklenzTM, Are FREE of the harmful chemicals commonly found in other antimicrobial solutions including alcohol, triclosan, benzoyl chloride, and benzoyl peroxide.

Broad Spectrum antimicrobial coverage even against drug resistant microbes such as Methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), Vancomycin resistant Enteroccus faecalis (VRE), multi-drug resistant Pseudomonas aeruginosa, and multi-drug resistant Acinetobacter baumanii (Iraqi)

Molecular Therapeutics, Silvion, SilvaKlenz, Potentiator and Potentiated are registered trademarks

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