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"There’s Plenty of Room at the Bottom"

Richard Feynman, physicist and Nobel laureate of the year 1965


Microorganisms - in particular bacteria - adhere to the surface via adhesins. In the course of evolution, bacteria have developed different strategies for adhesion to the host: In the case of gram negative pathogens, so-called fimbriae help with, support adhesion: a small protein subunit at the tip of the fimbriae serves as the actual adhesive. Gram positive bacteria use a protein or polysaccharide layer on its surface for adhesion.

Molybsan® means to boycott these strategies by optimally changing the surface energy and structure. Continuous research brings more and more light into the fascinating world of ever-evolving microorganisms.

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