Green Biocides, A Promising Technology: Current And Future Applications To Industry And Industrial Processes | 17271
Journal of Biotechnology & Biomaterials
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The study of biofilms has skyrocketed in recent years due to increased awareness of the pervasiveness and impact of biofilms.
It cost the U.S. literally billions of dollars every year in energy losses, equipment damage, product contamination and
medical infections. But biofilms also offer huge potential for cleaning up hazardous waste sites, filtering municipal and industrial
water and wastewater, and forming biobarriers to protect soil and groundwater from contamination. The complexity of biofilm
activity and behavior requires research contributions from many disciplines such as biochemistry, engineering, mathematics
and microbiology. The aim of this review is to provide a comprehensive analysis of emerging novel antimicrobial techniques
including those using myriad organic and inorganic products as well as genetic engineering techniques, the use of coordination
complex molecules, composite materials and antimicrobial peptides and the use of lasers as such or their modified use in
combination treatments. This review also addresses advanced and recent modifications, including methodological changes,
and biocide efficacy enhancing strategies. This review will provide future planners of biofilm control technologies with a broad
understanding and perspective on the use of biocides in the field of green developments for a sustainable future.
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