Biosurfactant Biofilm, Inc.
The definition of biofilm - An aggregate of microbes with a distinct architecture. A biofilm is like a tiny city in which microbial cells, each only a micrometer or two long, form towers that can be hundreds of micrometers high. The "streets" between the towers are really fluid-filled channels that bring in nutrients, oxygen and other necessities for live biofilm communities.
Biofilms form on all surfaces. They grow on pacemakers, picnic tables, children's toys and other household surfaces. The United States Centers for Disease Control CDC estimates that over 65% of nosocomial (hospital-acquired) infections are caused by biofilms.
Biofilms can be beneficial and hazardous to all living creatures and their environments.
Rhamnolipid, Inc. believes that the sicknesses through disease can be limited by having healthy biofilms and coatings on household surfaces, consumer products, medical instruments and prostheses. PREVENTING unhealthy environments through MICROBE BUILDUP” which will be the key to healthy environments. Anti-fungal and anti-bacterial GREEN BIOFILM applications that prevent bacterial buildup will control market share in the future. These applications are best known for their non-toxic, environmentally friendly and biodegradable properties.
If a bacterium makes an antibiotic, it also makes the antidote - a mechanism to keep itself resistant to its own poisons.
BBI desires to further develop rhamnolipid technology that plagues living bodies and our environment.
A biosurfactant is a chemical produced by a living organism that decreases the surface tension of water and when applied creates a non-stick surface. This TEFLON coating does not allow microbes to attach to surfaces.
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