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Once these compounds pass through traditional in vitro testing, they will be licensed out to pharmaceutical companies for further regulatory review and, if all goes well, marketing.
In our study, this recipe turned out to be a potent antistaphylococcal agent, which repeatedly killed established S. aureus biofilms – a sticky matrix of bacteria adhered to a surface – in an in vitro infection model.
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First Known Use: circa 1894See Words from the same year
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