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Magnetised bacteriophages successfully punch through biofilms to reach targets.

14:32 EDT 11 Aug 2017 | Health Innovations

A vast number of the pathogens are grouped into communities called biofilms. Biofilms are where bacteria join together on a surface and start to form a protective matrix around their group.  One common example of a biofilm is dental plaque, a slimy buildup of bacteria that forms on the surfaces of teeth.  Due to their structure biofilms may shelter problematic

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