Journal of Parasitic Diseases: Diagnosis and Therapy

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Short Communication - Journal of Parasitic Diseases: Diagnosis and Therapy (2023) Volume 8, Issue 1

The role of bacterial biofilm in antibiotic resistance and food contamination.

Biofilm is an important hassle within the clinical area seeing that it's far shaped on clinical implants inside human tissue and worried in a large number of great continual infections. Food and meals processing surface grow to be a super surroundings for biofilm formation in which there are sufficient nutrients for microbial increase and attachment. Therefore, biofilm formation on these surfaces, in particular on meals processing floor becomes an assignment in meals protection and human health. Microorganisms within a biofilm are encased inside a matrix of extracellular polymeric materials which can act as a barrier and recalcitrant for distinctive hostile conditions such as sanitizers, antibiotics, and different hygienic conditions. Author(s): Arturo Anne

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