International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology

Noah Jackson

Editorial Office, International Journal of Innovative Research in Science Engineering and Technology, Belgium


  • Opinion   
    Biofilm's Impact on Antibiotics Resistance
    Author(s): Noah Jackson*

    Biofilms are microorganisms, growths, or yeasts that form heterogeneous substances on a natural or nonorganic surface. Biofilm formation is a significant concern in the healthcare, food, and marine industries, and it can cause serious economic and medical problems. A biofilm's diverse microbial population is particularly resistant to antibiotics, resulting in long-term survival that is difficult to achieve. Biofilms can be controlled in a variety of ways, including physical and mechanical expulsion, synthetic evacuation, and the use of antimicrobials and nanoparticles to destroy biofilm organisms. .. View More»
    DOI: 10.37533/ijirset.3.1.02-03

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