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June 28th, 2007

Antimicrobial Nanotechnology Used by NFL Teams and Promoted to Professional Football Athletic Trainers

BioQuest Technologies, Inc., a leading developer of innovative, environmentally safe antimicrobial products, today announced it is educating athletic trainers from the NFL to high schools about the benefits of their new antimicrobial nanotechnology to aid athletic prevention and protection. As part of their campaign to increase awareness and education about Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus Aureus (MRSA) or staph infections in athletics the company has partnered with CleenFreek SportsHygiene. CleenFreek presented BioQuest's patented microbiostatic antimicrobial nanotechnology utilized within the company's products and solutions to NFL athletic trainers looking for cutting edge innovation to help reduce the spread of dangerous germs impacting athletes at alarming rates.


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