Lactic acid bacteria as reducing and capping agent for the fast and efficient production of silver nanoparticles

@article{Sintubin2009LacticAB,
  title={Lactic acid bacteria as reducing and capping agent for the fast and efficient production of silver nanoparticles},
  author={Liesje Sintubin and Wim De Windt and Jan Dick and Jan Mast and David van der Ha and Willy Henry Verstraete and N. Boon},
  journal={Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology},
  year={2009},
  volume={84},
  pages={741-749}
}
There is a growing demand for silver-based biocides, including both ionic silver forms and metallic nanosilver. The use of metallic nanosilver, typically chemically produced, faces challenges including particle agglomeration, high costs, and upscaling difficulties . Additionally, there exists a need for the development of a more eco-friendly production of nanosilver. In this study, Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria were utilized in the non-enzymatic production of silver nanoparticles via… 
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