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Idea zrozumiała, jednak do praktycznej realizacji niezbędne jest wykonanie wielu testów trwałości i skuteczności działania materiału w warunkach realnych, nie tylko laboratoryjnych. Przeskalowanie pożądanego efektu od probówki do funkcjonalnego pokrycia wymaga wielu kosztownych badań. Biofilmy bakteryjne mają różną charakterystykę i nie ma złotego środka działającego na każdy z nich. Parametry takie jak homogeniczność warstwy, grubość, ścieralność i wiele, wiele innych muszą zostać określone. Pomysł brzmi ciekawie, tylko czy to nie aby slogan reklamowy?


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