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    Some bacteria can withstand the existence of an antibiotic without undergoing any genetic changes. They are neither cysts nor spores and are one of the causes of disease recurrence, accounting for about 1% of the biofilm. There are numerous approaches to eradication and combating biofilm-forming organisms. Nanotechnology is one of them, and it has shown promising results against persister cells. In the review, we go over the persister cell and biofilm in extensive detail. This includes the biofilm formation cycle, antibiotic resistance, and treatment with various nanoparticles. Furthermore, the gene-level mechanism of persister cell formation and its therapeutic interventions with nanoparticles were discussed. © 2022 Walter de Gruyter GmbH, Berlin/Boston.


    Hassan A Hemeg. Combatting persisted and biofilm antimicrobial resistant bacterial by using nanoparticles. Zeitschrift fur Naturforschung. C, Journal of biosciences. 2022 Sep 27;77(9-10):365-378

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    PMID: 35234019

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