NewsNanostructures help to reduce the adhesion of
bacteria

10th October 2019by admin0
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Scientists have shown how bacteria adhere to rough
surfaces at the microscopic level. Now a team of researchers has
discovered that precise analysis of the topographical composition
of nanostructured surfaces provides a direct means of deriving the
adhesive forces that bind bacteria to a surface. This discovery has
opened up promising new avenues of research, including ways of
combating the bacteria that are so hazardous in clinical
environments. The results have been published in the academic
journal Nanoscale.

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