2015
DOI: 10.1080/09168451.2015.1018126 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Biofilms are sessile microbial aggregates on the interfaces, and they were usually considered as microbial contamination sources in medical care and various industries. We studied the control and application of biofilms formed by food-related microorganisms, and mechanism of the biofilm formation was also investigated. We studied the biofilm formation in mixed cultures using various combinations of two strains of food-related microorganisms. There were various microorganisms that showed decreased or increased … Show more

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“…Given that these are similar processes, it is not surprising that the same protein may be involved in both functions. Since biofilm formation is important in food spoilage and pathogenic bacteria because it results in high resistance to different treatments, it is important to identify and characterize the active components that could inhibit bacterial biofilm formation (Söderling et al, 2011; Furukawa, 2015). …”
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“…Given that these are similar processes, it is not surprising that the same protein may be involved in both functions. Since biofilm formation is important in food spoilage and pathogenic bacteria because it results in high resistance to different treatments, it is important to identify and characterize the active components that could inhibit bacterial biofilm formation (Söderling et al, 2011; Furukawa, 2015). …”
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“…It is estimated that 80% of the microbial infections that occur in the United States are caused by food contamination of biofilm origin [ 17 ]. Compared to planktonic bacteria, biofilm-producing bacteria are more resistant to antibiotics [ 18 ]. This increased antibiotic resistance is primarily due to reduced drug diffusion through the biofilm matrix and physiological changes in bacteria caused by the biofilm environment.…”
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