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What is the role of biofilms in wound healing?

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What is the role of biofilms in wound healing?

Richard White, Rose Cooper, Val Edwards-Jones
31 May 2012

While biofilms have been known to microbiologists for a long time, the wound care community has only been aware of them for about 10 years. The discovery is generally attributed to Serralta et al (2001), however, the seminal article is perhaps that by Mertz et al (1987) who alluded to these structures without actually mentioning them by name.

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