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Cindy Gunawan, Wey Yang Teoh, Christopher P. Marquis and Rose Amal Induced Adaptation of Bacillus sp. to Antimicrobial Nanosilver Small 9

Version of Record online: 29 APR 2013 | DOI: 10.1002/smll.201300761

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The natural ability of Bacillus sp. to adapt to nanosilver cytotoxicity upon prolonged exposure is reported for the first time. The combined adaptive effects of nanosilver resistance and enhanced growth are induced under various intensities of nanosilver-stimulated cellular oxidative stress, ranging from only minimal cellular redox imbalance to the lethal levels of cellular ROS stimulation. An important implication of the present work is that such adaptive effects lead to the ultimate domination of nanosilver-resistant Bacillus sp. in the microbiota, to which nanosilver cytotoxicity is continuously applied.

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