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Insights in Nanoparticle-Bacterium Interactions: New Frontiers to Bypass Bacterial Resistance to Antibiotics

Abstract : Nanotechnology has been revealed as a fundamental approach for antibiotics delivery. In this paper, recent findings demonstrating the superiority of nanocarried-antibiotics over "naked" ones and the ways by which nanoparticles can help to overwhelm bacterial drug resistance are reviewed. The second part of this paper sheds light on nanoparticle-bacterium interaction patterns. Finally, key factors affecting the effectiveness of nanoparticles interactions with bacteria are discussed.
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Roudayna Diab, Bahman Khameneh, Olivier Joubert, Raphael Duval. Insights in Nanoparticle-Bacterium Interactions: New Frontiers to Bypass Bacterial Resistance to Antibiotics. Current Pharmaceutical Design, Bentham Science Publishers, 2015, 21 (28), pp.4095-4105. ⟨10.2174/138161282128150922175445⟩. ⟨hal-01281141⟩

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