Biofilms probably comprise the normal environment for most microbial cells in many natural and artificial habitats, and as such are complex associations of cells . Author: Sutherland I, Journal: Microbiology (Reading, England)[/01]. Biofilm exopolysaccharides: a strong and sticky framework As such a large proportion of the structure of biofilms is composed of polysaccharides secreted by .

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