The antimicrobial effects of the alginate oligomer OligoG CF-5/20 are independent of direct bacterial cell membrane disruption

Manon F. Pritchard*, Lydia C. Powell, Saira Khan, Peter C. Griffiths, Omar T. Mansour, Ralf Schweins, Konrad Beck, Niklaas J. Buurma, Christopher E. Dempsey, Chris J. Wright, Philip D. Rye, Katja E. Hill, David W. Thomas, Elaine L. Ferguson

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