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The nature of enterococcal biofilm structure, a risk factor for human and animal health
Enterococci, generally considered as normal bowel commensals, are also recognized as opportunistic pathogens and one of the top three bacterias which are the causes of bowine mastitis, nosocomial bloodstream, surgical site, ...
The effect of mar T gene on biofilm production of Salmonella Typhimurium
This study investigates the effect of MarT regulator protein on the production of Salmonella Typhimurium biofilm under in vitro culture conditions. The biofilm formation showed a statistically significant decrease compared ...
Effects of P22 bacteriophage on Salmonella enterica subsp. enyerica serovar Typhimurium DMC4 strain biofilm formation and eradication
Over the last decades, several antimicrobial agents have been made available. Due to increasing antimicrobial resistance, bacteriophages were rediscovered for their potential applications against bacterial infections. In ...