Nanobiotechnology : A new strategy to develop non-toxic antimicrobial textiles

  title={Nanobiotechnology : A new strategy to develop non-toxic antimicrobial textiles},
  author={Isabel C. Gouveia},
Consumers’ attitude towards hygiene and active lifestyle has created a rapidly increasing market for a wide range of antimicrobial textiles, which in turn has stimulated intensive research and development. As a result, the number of biofunctional textiles with an antimicrobial activity has increased considerably over the last few years. In a near future, biomedical products will perhaps be the largest application of antimicrobial textiles since they find applications for prevention, as surgical… CONTINUE READING

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