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Microbial Adhesion

 Microbial adhesion is a process that allows Microorganisms to attach or adhere to other cells and surfaces. Adhesion is an important step for colonization of a new host or environment and can contribute to Microbial pathogenesis. Measurement of adhesion strength and the rate of adhesion inhibition contribute to the understanding of mechanisms of Microbial pathogenesis and control. Infections resulting from microbial adhesion to biomaterial surfaces have been observed on nearly all medical devices with severe economic and medical consequences. Biofilm infections, mainly due to their antimicrobial resistance, pose a number of clinical challenges, including disease, chronic inflammation, and rapidly acquired antibiotic resistance. Independently of the superiority of the implant, virtually all medical devices are prone to microbial colonization and infection.

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