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Matrix of Microbial Biofilms

@inproceedings{Tchebotar2018MatrixOM,
  title={Matrix of Microbial Biofilms},
  author={I. V. Tchebotar and A. N. Mayanskiy and N. A. Mayanskiy and Владимир Кузьмич Чеботарь and Н. Маянский and А. Маянский},
  year={2018}
}
on the matrix detection and characterization methods. Pharmacological and non-pharmacological approaches to the management of biofilms through the disorganization of their matrix are proposed in this article. A potential for the use of matrix substances as the active components of vaccines is also discussed. 
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ПОЧЕМУ KLEBSIELLA PNEUMONIAE СТАНОВИТСЯ ЛИДИРУЮЩИМ ОППОРТУНИСТИЧЕСКИМ ПАТОГЕНОМ
ация по клинической микро­ биологии и антимикробной химиотерапии Научно­исследовательский ин ­ ститут антимикробной химио­ терапии ФГБОУ ВО СГМУ Минздрава России Учредитель Межрегиональная ассоциа­

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