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Antibacterial Properties of Glycosylated Surfaces: Variation of the Glucosidal Moiety and Fatty Acid Conformation of Grafted Microbial Glycolipids
<div>Glycosylated surfaces can display antimicrobial properties. It has been shown that sophorolipids can be used to develop biocidal coatings against Gram-positive and Gramnegative bacteria, but with a limited efficiency so far. Therefore, it appears necessary to further investigate the surface antibacterial activity of a broader set of structurally related glycolipids.</div><div>The present work explores the influence of the glucosidic moiety (gluco-, sophoro-, cellobio-)</div><div>and thedoi:10.26434/chemrxiv.12287576 fatcat:om2ul6xoe5dsvkrtghnvcrlr3e