Using high-affinity particulate coating on copper particles as an in vivo antimicrobial agent. Coating can be an antibiotic for attraction, followed by copper interior killing the microbes. Applications: no 'drug resistance' issues arise, very potent, relatively inexpensive materials, and other potential pharmaceutical applications (pills).
Michel KiflenMolecular Microbiology Research Scientist, Ryerson University
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About Michel Kiflen
I'm a student at Ryerson University, Toronto, studying biomedical science.
Thanks Andrew for link and and the extra info - helped us out a lot!
So after speaking to a few more people, I thought I should post a first update: We decided to coat the copper particles with ...
Did you put the phone on the agar then incubate?