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Underlying Mechanism of Antimicrobial Activity of Chitosan Microparticles and Implications for the Treatment of Infectious Diseases

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A broad antimicrobial activity of chitosan microparticles.

Various strains including E. coli O157:H7, Intrauterine pathogenic E. coli (IUPEC), V. cholerae, S. enterica, K. pneumoniae, S. uberis were treated with CM at different concentrations and viable cells were measured after 6 h treatment; Mean values ± SEM are plotted from three independent experiments.

Figure 4