|报告题目:||Fighting against Bacteria: Killing is not Enough|
|报 告 人:||苏州大学于谦副教授|
For both human healthcare and industrial applications, endowing the surfaces of synthetic materials with antibacterial properties is strongly required to prevent bacterial attachment and the subsequent formation of biofilms. An ideal antibacterial surface should switch its functionality repeatedly between strong biocidal activity and bacterial release ability, not only maintaining long-term antibacterial effects but also keeping the surfaces free of the accumulation of dead bacteria and debris. In this report, we show several representative smart antibacterial surfaces with switchable biocidal activity and bacteria-release capability, which are designed by exploiting the advantageous features of stimuli-responsive polymers and natural or synthetic biocides. These works provide a new methodology for the engineering of multifunctional surfaces for a variety of practical applications in the biomedical and biotechnology fields.
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