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As antibiotic-resistant bacterial strains emerge and pose increased global health risks, new antibacterial agents are needed as alternatives to conventional antimicrobials. Naturally occurring antibacterial clays have been identified which are

As antibiotic-resistant bacterial strains emerge and pose increased global health risks, new antibacterial agents are needed as alternatives to conventional antimicrobials. Naturally occurring antibacterial clays have been identified which are effective in killing antibiotic-resistant bacteria. This study examines a hydrothermally formed antibacterial clay deposit near Crater Lake, OR (USA).

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  • 2014-08-01
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    • Digital object identifier: 10.1007/s10653-013-9585-0
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      0269-4042
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      1573-2983
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    Morrison, Keith D., Underwood, Jennifer C., Metge, David W., Eberl, Dennis D., & Williams, Lynda B. (2014). Mineralogical variables that control the antibacterial effectiveness of a natural clay deposit. ENVIRONMENTAL GEOCHEMISTRY AND HEALTH, 36(4), 613-631. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10653-013-9585-0

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