Microbial Biofilms

Microorganisms associates and microbial cells adhere to each other on a non-living or living surfaces called microbial biofilms. Bacterial biofilm is mostly infectious in nature and it leads to nosocomial infections. Bacterial biofilm is a public threat and it is less accessible to human immune system and antibiotics, because of its nature of causing deadly infectious disease. Formation of biofilm is a multi-step process which starts with surface attachment and then the micro-colony formation which finally ends with maturation followed by detachment.

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