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Effects of Boronic Acid Molecules on Production of Virulence Factors in Pseudomonas aeruginosa
Journal of Boron
The intercellular communication (Quorum sensing) in bacteria is based on using small diffusible signal molecules called as autoinducers to communicate with each other. Studies have shown that QS controls a large number of microbial processes, including the expression of virulence factors. The aim of this work is to investigate the potential inhibitory effect of boronic acid molecules on the production of virulence factors controlled by the intercellular communication system in Pseudomonasdoi:10.30728/boron.345186 fatcat:py4fxfrfpfhtrmxxrmoatc4ccm