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Recebido em 17/11/09; aceito em 21/4/10; publicado na web em 1/9/10 COLLOIDAL ASPECTS OF BACTERIAL ADHESION. The ability of bacteria to attach to surface and develop into a biofilm has been of considerable interest to food industry. Electrostatic, Lifhistz-van der Waals and Lewis acid-base forces are usually considered responsible for the interactions at the interface of the bacterial adhesion. The study of microbial adhesion thermodynamic is important because it represents the reflection ofdoi:10.1590/s0100-40422010000900022 fatcat:hwzanguoorfipf3n363npe5x6m