Stiffening of bacteria cells as a first manifestation of bactericidal attack.


Development of new antibacterial agents requires generation of new methods that will allow characterization of mechanisms of novel antibacterial actions as well as observation of pathogen susceptibility to antibiotics. A family of synthetic cationic lipids, such as ceragenins, which mimic the action of membrane-targeting natural cationic antibacterial… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.micron.2017.06.011


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