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Microwave Mediated Impregnation of Silver Nanoparticles on Silk Fabric for Hygienic Clothing
Journal of Bacteriology & Mycology Open Access
Textile materials and clothing are known to be susceptible to microbial attack, as these provide large surface area and absorb moisture required for microbial growth. Natural fibers have protein (keratin) and cellulose, etc., which provide basic requirements such as moisture, oxygen, nutrients and temperature for bacterial growth and multiplication. This often leads to objectionable odour, dermal infection, product deterioration, allergic responses and other related diseases. This necessitatesdoi:10.15406/jbmoa.2017.05.00142 fatcat:mfpth7hvdrcvxliof76kfd725m