Disruption of Bacterial Cell-to-Cell Communication by Marine Organisms and its Relevance to Aquaculture

@article{Natrah2010DisruptionOB,
  title={Disruption of Bacterial Cell-to-Cell Communication by Marine Organisms and its Relevance to Aquaculture},
  author={Fatin Mohd Ikhsan Natrah and Tom Defoirdt and Patrick Sorgeloos and Peter Bossier},
  journal={Marine Biotechnology},
  year={2010},
  volume={13},
  pages={109-126}
}
  • Fatin Mohd Ikhsan Natrah, Tom Defoirdt, +1 author Peter Bossier
  • Published 2010
  • Medicine, Biology
  • Marine Biotechnology
  • Bacterial disease is one of the most critical problems in commercial aquaculture. Although various methods and treatments have been developed to curb the problem, yet they still have significant drawbacks. A novel and environmental-friendly approach in solving this problem is through the disruption of bacterial communication or quorum sensing (QS). In this communication scheme, bacteria regulate their own gene expression by producing, releasing, and sensing chemical signals from the environment… CONTINUE READING

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