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Clearance of ESKAPE Pathogens from Blood Using Bacterially Activated Macrophage Membrane-Coated Silicon Nanowires

Influence of interaction between surface-modified magnetic nanoparticles with infectious biofilm components in artificial channel digging and biofilm eradication by antibiotics in vitro and in vivo

PAMAM dendrimers with dual-conjugated vancomycin and Ag-nanoparticles do not induce bacterial resistance and kill vancomycin-resistant Staphylococci

Possibilities and impossibilities of magnetic nanoparticle use in the control of infectious biofilms

Accepting higher morbidity in exchange for sacrificing fewer animals in studies developing novel infection-control strategies

Antifungal-Inbuilt Metal-Organic-Frameworks Eradicate Candida albicans Biofilms

Applications and Perspectives of Cascade Reactions in Bacterial Infection Control

Circumventing antimicrobial-resistance and preventing its development in novel, bacterial infection-control strategies

Coating of a Novel Antimicrobial Nanoparticle with a Macrophage Membrane for the Selective Entry into Infected Macrophages and Killing of Intracellular Staphylococci

Enhanced bacterial killing by vancomycin in staphylococcal biofilms disrupted by novel, DMMA-modified carbon dots depends on EPS production

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