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Institute for Life Sciences > Biofilms" and Year is 2022

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Influence of staphylococcus epidermidis biofilm on the mechanical strength of soft tissue allograft - Hannah Sorensen, Robert A. Magnussen, Alex C. DiBartola, Noah Mallory, Alan S. Litsky, Paul Stoodley, Steven Swinehart, Robert Duerr, Christopher Kaeding and David C. Flanigan
Type: Article | 2022

Adaptive antimicrobial resistance - description of microbial variants & their relevance in PJI: a review - Christopher Hamad, Madhav Chowdry, Devin Sindeldecker, Nicholas M Bernthal, Paul Stoodley and Edward J. McPherson
Type: Article | 2022 | Item availability restricted.

A commercial SnF2 toothpaste formulation reduces simulated human plaque biofilm in a dynamic typodont model - Yalda Khosravi, Sara Palmer, Carlo Amorin Daep, Karthik Sambanthamoorthy, Purnima Kumar, Devendra H. Dusane and Paul Stoodley
Type: Article | 2022

Temporal whole-transcriptomic analysis of characterized in vitro and ex vivo primary nasal epithelia - Jelmer Legebeke, Katie Leanne Horton, Claire Jackson, Janice Coles, Amanda Harris, Htoo Wai, John Holloway, Gabrielle Wheway, Diana Baralle and Jane Lucas
Type: Article | 2022

Cadaverine is a switch in the lysine degradation pathway in Pseudomonas aeruginosa biofilm identified by untargeted metabolomics - Abigail Leggett, Da-Wei Li, Devin Sindeldecker, Amelia M. Staats, Nicholas Rigel, Lei Bruschweiler-Li, Rafael Brüschweiler and Paul Stoodley
Type: Article | 2022

Multi-excitation raman spectroscopy complements whole genome sequencing for rapid detection of bacterial infection and resistance in WHO priority pathogens - Adam Lister, Ekaterina Avershina, George Devitt, Niall Hanrahan, Callum Highmore, Jeremy Webb, Fredrik Muller, Sumeet Mahajan, Department of Biotechnology Inland Norway University of Applied Norway and Shaikh Rafi Ahamed
Type: Article | 2022

Mapping bacterial biofilm on features of orthopedic implants in vitro - Kelly Moore, Niraj K. Gupta, Tripti Thapa Gupta, Khushi Patel, Jacob R. Brooks, Anne Sullivan, Alan S. Litsky and Paul Stoodley
Type: Article | 2022

Type: Article | 2022

A proof‐of‐concept study of the removal of early and late phase biofilm from skin wound models using a liquid acoustic stream - T.J. Secker, Christopher, Charles Harling, Chloe Hand, David Voegeli, David Voegeli, Charles Keevil and Timothy Leighton
Type: Article | 2022

Rapid aggregation of Staphylococcus aureus in synovial fluid is influenced by synovial fluid concentration, viscosity, and fluid dynamics-with evidence of polymer bridging - Amelia M. Staats, Peter W. Burback, Andrew Schwieters, Daniel Li, Anne Sullivan, Alexander R. Horswill and Paul Stoodley
Type: Article | 2022 | Item availability restricted.

Multi-excitation Raman spectroscopy for label-free, strain-level characterization of bacterial pathogens in artificial sputum media - Jeremy Webb, Adam Lister, Callum Highmore, Niall Hanrahan, James, Arthur Read, Alasdair, Peter Stuart Munro, Samuel Tan, Raymond Allan, Saul Faust and Sumeet Mahajan
Type: Article | 2022 | Item availability restricted.

Coupled CFD-DEM modelling to predict how EPS affects bacterial biofilm deformation, recovery and detachment under flow conditions - Yuqing Xia, Pahala Gedara Jayathilake, Bowen Li, Paolo Zuliani, David Deehan, Jennifer Longyear, Paul Stoodley and Jinju Chen
Type: Article | 2022

Slippery liquid-like solid surfaces with promising antibiofilm performance in both static and flow conditions - Yufeng Zhu, Glen McHale, Jack M.S. Dawson, Steven Armstrong, Gary Wells, Rui Han, Hongzhong Liu, Waldemar Vollmer, Paul Stoodley, Nicholas Jakubovics and Jinju Chen
Type: Article | 2022 | Item availability restricted.

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