Picaridin: A New Insect Repellent

January 2004 | Volume 3 | Issue 1 | Original Article | 59 | Copyright © 2004

Noah Scheinfeld MD

Abstract

Picaridin is a new insect repellent that is comparable in effect and less irritating than diethyl toluamide (deet). Its activity and effects are reviewed in this article.

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