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Biofilm Formation

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Hardly the completely solitary creatures they are often made out to be, microbes can form surface-associated communities, called biofilms, where they live and interact with each other within an extracellular matrix. Biofilms can have important roles in disease -- for example, on indwelling medical devices where one feature of biofilm growth is increased resistance to antibiotics. How biofilms assemble, mature, and evolve both in vitro and in vivo will be the focus of a forthcoming webinar presented by Cell Press on “Formation and Dynamics of Biofilms” on September 24th. We hope that you will join us to hear from Thomas Bjarnsholt, Joao Xavier, and Aaron Mitchell on the latest findings in the exciting and growing field of biofilm research.

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Dr. Thomas Bjarnsholt
Associate Professor
University of Copenhagen
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Dr. Joao Xavier
Principal Investigator
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
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Dr. Aaron P. Mitchell
Professor of Biological Sciences
Carnegie Mellon University
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Dr. Gail Teitzel
Trends in Microbiology
Dr. Stephen Matheson
Scientific Editor
Cell Reports
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