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Biomedical implants are an important part of evolving modern medicine but have a potential drawback in form of post-operative pathogenic infection. Accordingly, the "race for surface" combat between invasive bacteria and host cells determines the fate of implants. Hence, proper in vitro systems are required to assess effective strategies to avoid infection. In this study we developed a real time observation model, mimicking post-operative contamination, designed to follow E. coli proliferationdoi:10.1021/acsbiomaterials.9b00050.s001 fatcat:oyztfavxurdgfbxavfqqvwwdra