A team of British researchers has discovered a new class of materials that resists bacterial attachment

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Intravenous news: Infection Control Today report “Bacterias ability to cling to virtually any surface is a vexing problem in the medical community. Engineering a surface that can easily slough off these dangerous bugs has, until recently, had limited success. Recently, however, a team of British researchers has discovered a new class of materials that resists bacterial attachment. Now these scientists from the University of Nottingham, UK, are ready to set out on the approval process that will take their research to the clinical testing stage, paving the way for medical applications. The researchers will present their findings at the AVS 59th International Symposium and Exhibition, being held Oct. 28 to Nov. 2 in Tampa, Fla.”

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