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SCELSE researchers find that different quorum sensing organisms respond differently to nanomaterials
26 July 2016

SCELSE’s first video abstract featuring a research paper by Anee Mohanty, Dr Grant Tan and Asst. Prof. Cao Bin has been produced and now ready for viewing.

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The extensive use of nanomaterial-containing products has led to increasing concern over their potential impact on the environment. SCELSE researchers report for the first time that different quorum sensing microorganisms respond differently to nanomaterials. This may have a complex influence on the overall structure and function of the whole community. 

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