Nano-patterned bacterial cellulose hydrogel exhibits bactericidal activity against e. Coli and k. pneumoniae

Sandra L. Arias, Ming Kit Cheng, Ana Civantos, Joshua Devorkin, Camilo Jaramillo, Jean Paul Allain

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Abstract

Statement of Purpose: Biomedical devices are at risk of infections by microbial contamination during surgery, by hematogenous dissemination of bacteria from infections elsewhere in the body, or by the entrance of bacteria through body orifices in contact with biomaterials 1 . Once on the surface, bacteria aggregate into biofilms leading to severe complications that compromise biomaterial function and patient morbidity. Biofilms are difficult to eradicate by conventional systemic antibiotic therapy, while other strategies such as chemical modification of the material surface with biocidal compounds and delivery of nanoparticles at the infected site, can induce multidrug-resistant strains and produce a toxic accumulation of unwanted products in other tissues, respectively 2 .

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationSociety for Biomaterials Annual Meeting and Exposition 2019
Subtitle of host publicationThe Pinnacle of Biomaterials Innovation and Excellence - Transactions of the 42nd Annual Meeting
PublisherSociety for Biomaterials
Number of pages1
ISBN (Electronic)9781510883901
StatePublished - Jan 1 2019
Event42nd Society for Biomaterials Annual Meeting and Exposition 2019: The Pinnacle of Biomaterials Innovation and Excellence - Seattle, United States
Duration: Apr 3 2019Apr 6 2019

Publication series

NameTransactions of the Annual Meeting of the Society for Biomaterials and the Annual International Biomaterials Symposium
Volume40
ISSN (Print)1526-7547

Conference

Conference42nd Society for Biomaterials Annual Meeting and Exposition 2019: The Pinnacle of Biomaterials Innovation and Excellence
CountryUnited States
CitySeattle
Period4/3/194/6/19

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Hydrogel
Hydrogels
Cellulose
Pneumonia
Bacteria
Biofilms
Biocompatible Materials
Biomaterials
Poisons
Chemical modification
Antibiotics
Orifices
Infection
Nanoparticles
Surgery
Contamination
Tissue
Anti-Bacterial Agents
Morbidity
Equipment and Supplies

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Biochemistry
  • Biophysics
  • Biotechnology
  • Biomaterials
  • Materials Chemistry

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Arias, S. L., Cheng, M. K., Civantos, A., Devorkin, J., Jaramillo, C., & Allain, J. P. (2019). Nano-patterned bacterial cellulose hydrogel exhibits bactericidal activity against e. Coli and k. pneumoniae. In Society for Biomaterials Annual Meeting and Exposition 2019: The Pinnacle of Biomaterials Innovation and Excellence - Transactions of the 42nd Annual Meeting (Transactions of the Annual Meeting of the Society for Biomaterials and the Annual International Biomaterials Symposium; Vol. 40). Society for Biomaterials.

Nano-patterned bacterial cellulose hydrogel exhibits bactericidal activity against e. Coli and k. pneumoniae. / Arias, Sandra L.; Cheng, Ming Kit; Civantos, Ana; Devorkin, Joshua; Jaramillo, Camilo; Allain, Jean Paul.

Society for Biomaterials Annual Meeting and Exposition 2019: The Pinnacle of Biomaterials Innovation and Excellence - Transactions of the 42nd Annual Meeting. Society for Biomaterials, 2019. (Transactions of the Annual Meeting of the Society for Biomaterials and the Annual International Biomaterials Symposium; Vol. 40).

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Arias, SL, Cheng, MK, Civantos, A, Devorkin, J, Jaramillo, C & Allain, JP 2019, Nano-patterned bacterial cellulose hydrogel exhibits bactericidal activity against e. Coli and k. pneumoniae. in Society for Biomaterials Annual Meeting and Exposition 2019: The Pinnacle of Biomaterials Innovation and Excellence - Transactions of the 42nd Annual Meeting. Transactions of the Annual Meeting of the Society for Biomaterials and the Annual International Biomaterials Symposium, vol. 40, Society for Biomaterials, 42nd Society for Biomaterials Annual Meeting and Exposition 2019: The Pinnacle of Biomaterials Innovation and Excellence, Seattle, United States, 4/3/19.
Arias SL, Cheng MK, Civantos A, Devorkin J, Jaramillo C, Allain JP. Nano-patterned bacterial cellulose hydrogel exhibits bactericidal activity against e. Coli and k. pneumoniae. In Society for Biomaterials Annual Meeting and Exposition 2019: The Pinnacle of Biomaterials Innovation and Excellence - Transactions of the 42nd Annual Meeting. Society for Biomaterials. 2019. (Transactions of the Annual Meeting of the Society for Biomaterials and the Annual International Biomaterials Symposium).
Arias, Sandra L. ; Cheng, Ming Kit ; Civantos, Ana ; Devorkin, Joshua ; Jaramillo, Camilo ; Allain, Jean Paul. / Nano-patterned bacterial cellulose hydrogel exhibits bactericidal activity against e. Coli and k. pneumoniae. Society for Biomaterials Annual Meeting and Exposition 2019: The Pinnacle of Biomaterials Innovation and Excellence - Transactions of the 42nd Annual Meeting. Society for Biomaterials, 2019. (Transactions of the Annual Meeting of the Society for Biomaterials and the Annual International Biomaterials Symposium).
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