Insights from the analysis of alginate lyase protein model from Pseudomonas fluorescens towards the understanding of mucoid biofilm disruption.
Bioinformation 2017 30;13(9):318-322. Epub 2017 Sep 30.
Centre for Computational Sciences, School of Basic and Applied Sciences, Central University of Punjab, Bathinda 151001, India.
Bacterial biofilm is a protective, slippery and slimy coat secreted by bacterial cells. It helps in attaching to moisturized surfaces during colonization. Alginate is an important component as it is essential for retention of water and nutrients in biofilms. Read More