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Mariner Biomedical Announces Results From an Independent Laboratory Confirming Deter Insect Repellent™ Effectively Repels Mosquitoes for 6 Hours
Date:5/1/2013

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Details about the Independent Laboratory Testing Reported April 2013
METHOD: Screen Cage Test was employed using the Southern House Mosquito Culex quinquefasciatus. Hungry female mosquitoes were present in a screened cage. The arm of a human volunteer was inserted into the cage for 2 minutes and the landing and feeding rates were recorded. This was repeated every 10 minutes during the course of 6 hours. Six treatment groups were studied: An untreated control was compared to arms treated with Repel® Lemon Eucalyptus, Bite Blocker® Xtreme Sportsman, Cutter® (7% DEET), Off® Deep Woods 25% DEET and Deter Insect Repellent™. The entire test was replicated twice.

RESULTS: Between 5 and 6 hours the mean landing rate for the untreated control = 33.67 mosquitoes every ten minutes. This compared to the mean landing rates following treatment with Cutter® (7% DEET) = 7.42, Bite Blocker® = 1.61, Repel® = 7.92, Off® = 0.17. The mean landing rate following treatment with Deter = 0.67. The results showed at 6 hours Deter provided significantly better repellency (ANOVA, p<0.01) compared to the untreated control and significantly better repellency (ANOVA, p<0.05) compared to Cutter® (7% DEET), Repel® and Bite Blocker®. The results also showed that Deter rem
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