Antibiofilm Properties of Temporin-L on <i>Pseudomonas fluorescens</i> in Static and In-Flow Conditions
Biofilms consist of a complex microbial community adhering to biotic or abiotic surfaces and enclosed within a protein/polysaccharide self-produced matrix. The formation of this structure represents the most important adaptive mechanism that leads to antibacterial resistance, and therefore, closely...
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|Series:||International Journal of Molecular Sciences|