Bactericidal effects of bioactive glasses on clinically important aerobic bacteria

@article{Munukka2008BactericidalEO,
  title={Bactericidal effects of bioactive glasses on clinically important aerobic bacteria},
  author={Eveliina Munukka and Outi Lepp{\"a}ranta and Mika Korkeamaeki and Minna Vaahtio and Timo Peltola and Di Zhang and Leena Hupa and Heimo O. Yl{\"a}nen and Jukka I Salonen and Matti K. Viljanen and Erkki Eerola},
  journal={Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Medicine},
  year={2008},
  volume={19},
  pages={27-32}
}
Bioactive glasses (BAGs) have been studied for decades for clinical use, and they have found many dental and orthopedic applications. BAGs have also been shown to have an antibacterial effect e.g., on some oral microorganisms. In this extensive work we show that six powdered BAGs and two sol–gel derived materials have a clear antibacterial effect on 29 clinically important bacterial species. We also incorporated a rapid and accurate flow cytometric (FCM) method to calculate and standardize the… Expand
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