Microbial Biofilm is the formation of a flock of microorganisms that may belong to the same species or of different species. Usually, they will be found as a dental plaque and in the vaginal and urinary tract. It is difficult to eradicate them because of their tendency to become resistant. Microbial biofilms have a hard impact on periodontitis and cystic fibrosis.
- Track 1-1 Biofilms and microbial adhesion
- Track 2-2 Formation and Development of Biofilms
- Track 3-3 Properties and Habitants of Biofilms
- Track 4-4 Dental Plaque
- Track 5-5 Biofilms Causing Infections
- Track 6-6 Uses of Biofilms in Various Fields
- Track 7-7 Biofilm Production