Aleksandra Kainović

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A s the notion that some bacteria live in structurally complex, multicellular communities gains momentum, let us pause to collect our thoughts. Many microbiologists consign organisms with complex structures or behaviors as “weird” and outside the mainstream. Thus, microbiologists who focus on Escherichia coli K-12 acknowledge the complexities of(More)
Microbial biofilms represent an incompletely understood, but fundamental mode of bacterial growth. These sessile communities typically consist of stratified, morphologically-distinct layers of extracellular material, where numerous metabolic processes occur simultaneously in close proximity. Limited reports on environmental isolates have revealed highly(More)
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