Strategy disrupts bacterial biofilms

Team to develop technology further to combat biofilms in both human and animal health.

Biofilms are communities of bacteria that adhere to a surface and are nearly impossible to eradicate when they are pathogenic. Fortunately, a discovery from the laboratories of Lauren Bakaletz and Steven Goodman at The Research Institute at Nationwide Children's Hospital provides strong evidence that an innovative therapeutic approach may be effective in resolving bacterial biofilm diseases.

"Most, if not all, chronic and recurrent bacterial infections include a biofilm in the dise

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