Antibacterial Superhydrophobic Surfaces
Biofilms, the sessile colonies of bacteria have a ubiquitous presence in the natural ecosystem. The shift of human life to an artificial environment has led to the creation of a microbiota inhabited by bacteria. Biofilms of virulent bacteria in these artificial environments, for instance in a hospital environment has been a major reason for the epidemic called hospital-acquired infections. In the wake of biofilms developing drug resistance, the...[Show more]
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