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The worldwide institutions have proven the efficacy of Plasmacluster ions.
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Test institutions in Japan and in countries around the world,such as the U.S., Germany, the U.K., and China, have proven the efficacy of Plasmacluster ions. In addition to in-house tests, we have numerous third-party experts in different fields of specialization conduct tests to demonstrate efficacy. This helps boost the reliability of Sharp Plasmacluster products.

China

Shanghai Municipal Center for Disease Control and Prevention

Georgia

National Center of Tuberculosis and Lung Diseases

Germany

Professor Gerhard Artmann, Aachen University of Applied Sciences
University of Lübeck

Indonesia

University of Indonesia

Korea

Seoul National University

Thailand

Chest Disease Institute

UK

Retroscreen Virology, Ltd.

US

Dr. Melvin W. First, Professor Emeritus, Harvard School of Public Health

Vietnam

Hanoi College of Technology, Vietnam National University
Institut Pasteur, Ho Chi Minh City

Japan

Animal Clinical Research Foundation
Boken Quality Evaluation Institute
C.T.C Japan Ltd.
Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Pathology, Graduate School of Medicine, Osaka City University
Faculty of Science and Engineering, Chuo University / Clinical Research Support Center, University Hospital, University of Tokyo
Graduate School of Advanced Sciences of Matter, Hiroshima University
Graduate School of Medicine, University of Tokyo / Public Health Research Foundation
HARG Treatment Center, National Trust Co., Ltd.
Ishikawa Health Service Association
Japan Food Research Laboratories
Kitasato Institute Medical Center Hospital
Kitasato Research Center of Environmental Sciences
Research Institute of Electrical Communication, Tohoku University
Saticine Medical Co., Ltd.
School of Bioscience and Biotechnology, Tokyo University of Technology
Shokukanken Inc.
Soiken Inc.

Allergens

Airborne

Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Pathology, Graduate School of Medicine, Osaka City University
Graduate School of Advanced Sciences of Matter, Hiroshima University

Bacteria (Microbe)

Adhering

Shanghai Municipal Center for Disease Control and Prevention
Professor Gerhard Artmann, Aachen University of Applied Sciences
University of Lübeck
Japan Food Research Laboratories
Kitasato Institute Medical Center Hospital
Shokukanken Inc.
Chest Disease Institute

Airborne

Shanghai Municipal Center for Disease Control and Prevention
Animal Clinical Research Foundation
Ishikawa Health Service Association
Japan Food Research Laboratories
Kitasato Institute Medical Center Hospital
Kitasato Research Center of Environmental Sciences
Shokukanken Inc.
Dr. Melvin W. First, Professor Emeritus, Harvard School of Public Health

Fungi (Mold)

Adhering

Shanghai Municipal Center for Disease Control and Prevention
Professor Gerhard Artmann, Aachen University of Applied Sciences
University of Lübeck
Japan Food Research Laboratories
Shokukanken Inc.

Airborne

Ishikawa Health Service Association
Japan Food Research Laboratories

Viruses

Adhering

University of Indonesia
Shokukanken Inc.
Hanoi College of Technology, Vietnam National University

Airborne

Shanghai Municipal Center for Disease Control and Prevention
University of Indonesia
Kitasato Institute Medical Center Hospital
Kitasato Research Center of Environmental Sciences
Shokukanken Inc.
Seoul National University
Retroscreen Virology, Ltd.
Institut Pasteur, Ho Chi Minh City

Odors, pet smells

Boken Quality Evaluation Institute

Hair beautifying effects

C.T.C Japan Ltd.
Saticine Medical Co., Ltd.

Skin beautifying effects

School of Bioscience and Biotechnology, Tokyo University of Technology

Efficacy proven in clinical trials

Microbes

National Center of Tuberculosis and Lung Diseases
Graduate School of Medicine, University of Tokyo / Public Health Research Foundation

Odors

Animal Clinical Research Foundation

Allergens

Faculty of Science and Engineering, Chuo University / Clinical Research Support Center, University Hospital, University of Tokyo

Hair beautifying

HARG Treatment Center, National Trust Co., Ltd.

Skin beautifying

School of Bioscience and Biotechnology, Tokyo University of Technology
Soiken Inc.

other

Working mechanism of inhibitory effects on allergens

Graduate School of Advanced Sciences of Matter, Hiroshima University

Working mechanism of inhibitory effects on viruses, fungi, and bacteria

Professor Gerhard Artmann, Aachen University of Applied Sciences

Working mechanism of skin moisturizing (water molecule coating) effect

Research Institute of Electrical Communication, Tohoku University

Efficiency Research Report

Allergens

Joint Research with Osaka City University Medical School Validates Inhibitory Effects of Sharp’s High-Density Plasmacluster Ions on Allergic Reactions PDF
Joint Research with Hiroshima University Proves Plasmacluster Technology Suppresses Effects of Airborne Fungi Allergens PDF

Bacteria

Sharp’s Plasmacluster Technology Proven Effective in Inhibiting the Activity of Adherent and Airborne Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus (MRSA), a Typical Bacterial Cause of Hospital-Acquired Infections PDF
Plasmacluster Technology Shown Effective in Controlling Effects of Bacteria and Fungi Adhering to Yellow Sand and in Removing Organic Chemicals Contained in PM2.5 PDF

Fungi

University of Lübeck PDF
Japan Food Research Laboratories PDF

Viruses

Plasmacluster IonTM Inactivate an Airborne Corona Virus—A World First PDF
For First Time Ever, Plasmacluster Ions Shown to Inhibit Infectivity of New-Type H1N1 Influenza Virus in Both Stationary and Airborne Form PDF
Research Proves for First Time Ever That Sharp’s Plasmacluster Technology Inhibits Airborne Avian Influenza A (H7N9) Virus PDF

Odors, pet smells

Sharp Proves Ability of High-Density Plasmacluster Ions to Eliminate (in a 1-m³ box) Airborne Bacteria and Odors, as well as Inhibit Infectivity of Canine Parvovirus in an Animal Hospital PDF

Hair beautifying effects

C.T.C Japan Ltd. PDF
Saticine Medical Co., Ltd. PDF

Skin beautifying effects

Sharp’s High-Density Plasmacluster Ions (25,000 ions/cm³) Proven Effective in Preserving Skin Moisture PDF
Sharp Confirms Three Skin Beautifying Effects from Water Molecule Coating— Preserves Skin Moisture as Well as Improves Skin Elasticity and Texture PDF
Sharp’s High-Density Plasmacluster Ions Proven Effective on Human Skin in Controlling Staphylococcus Aureus, a Cause of Rough Skin, and in Curbing Excess Sebum, a Cause of Undesirable Oily Surface Shine on the Skin PDF

Efficacy proven in clinical trials

World’s First Verification by Clinical Trial of the Effectiveness of High-Density Plasmacluster Ions in Decreasing the Rate of Influenza Virus Infection PDF
In an investigator initiated clinical trial, Plasmacluster Ion technology reduced airway inflammation in pediatric patients with mild to moderate atopic asthma PDF
Plasmacluster Technology Proven to Decrease Risk of Tuberculosis Infection in Tuberculosis Hospital for the First Time PDF
Plasmacluster Ion Technology Shown to Promote Hair Growth by Improving Barrier Function of Scalp (Improving Scalp Environment) PDF
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