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Antimicrobial loading of nanotubular titanium surfaces favoring surface coverage by mammalian cells over bacterial colonization

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

Escherichia coli Colonization of Intestinal Epithelial Layers In Vitro in the Presence of Encapsulated Bifidobacterium breve for Its Protection against Gastrointestinal Fluids and Antibiotics

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

Interfacial interactions between protective, surface-engineered shells and encapsulated bacteria with different cell surface composition dagger

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

Phagocytosis and macrophage polarisation on bacterially contaminated dental implant materials and effects on tissue integration

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

Recent advances and future challenges in the use of nanoparticles for the dispersal of infectious biofilms

Single-cell yolk-shell nanoencapsulation for long-term viability with size-dependent permeability and molecular recognition

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