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Potential impact of antimicrobial resistance in wildlife, environment and human health
Given the significant spatial and temporal heterogeneity in antimicrobial resistance distribution and the factors that affect its evolution, dissemination, and persistence, it is important toExpand
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Bacterial cellulose membranes as transdermal delivery systems for diclofenac: in vitro dissolution and permeation studies.
Bacterial cellulose (BC) membranes were explored as novel nanostructured transdermal delivery systems for diclofenac sodium salt (a typical non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug). Diclofenac sodiumExpand
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Antimicrobial bacterial cellulose nanocomposites prepared by in situ polymerization of 2-aminoethyl methacrylate.
Antimicrobial bacterial cellulose/poly(2-aminoethyl methacrylate) (BC/PAEM) nanocomposites were prepared by in situ radical polymerization of 2-aminoethyl methacrylate, using variable amounts ofExpand
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Bacterial cellulose as carrier for immobilization of laccase: Optimization and characterization
Bacterial cellulose (BC) has attracted attention as a new functional material due to its excellent mechanical strength, tridimensional nanostructure, high purity, and increased water absorption,Expand
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Genomic Description of Antibiotic Resistance in Escherichia coli and Enterococci Isolates from Healthy Lusitano Horses
Antibiotic resistance is a global problem, and it is known that commensal bacteria can act as reservoir of antibiotic resistance genes of clinical importance. The aim of the present study was toExpand
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High prevalence of antimicrobial-resistant Escherichia coli from animals at slaughter: a food safety risk.
BACKGROUND There has been concern about the increase of antimicrobial resistant bacteria and protection of animal and public health, along with food safety. In the present study, we evaluate theExpand
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Pullulan-based nanocomposite films for functional food packaging: Exploiting lysozyme nanofibers as antibacterial and antioxidant reinforcing additives
Abstract Homogeneous, glossy and transparent nanocomposite films composed of pullulan (PL) and lysozyme nanofibers (LNFs) were developed by simple solvent casting from aqueous suspensions. TheExpand
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Bioactive transparent films based on polysaccharides and cholinium carboxylate ionic liquids
Novel antibacterial and biocompatible transparent films based on chitosan or pullulan and two bioactive ionic liquids (ILs), cholinium hexanoate and cholinium citrate, were prepared. These ILs wereExpand
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Protein-based materials: from sources to innovative sustainable materials for biomedical applications.
Proteins display an essential role in numerous natural systems due to their structural and biological properties. Given their unique properties, proteins have been thoroughly investigated in the lastExpand
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Topical caffeine delivery using biocellulose membranes: a potential innovative system for cellulite treatment
Abstract In this study, biocellulose (BC) membranes have been investigated as caffeine topical delivery systems, for the potential treatment of cellulite. BC-caffeine membranes were prepared by aExpand
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