According to the NIH, more than 75% of microbial infections that occur in the human body are promoted by the formation and persistence of biofilm. Biofilms are ubiquitous, and nearly all species of microorganisms (i.e. bacteria, fungi, yeasts, algae, protozoa and viruses) are able to adhere to surfaces and/or to each other to form biofilms.

During recent years, the role of certain enzymatic treatments employed for the degradation of the extracellular polymeric substances (i.e., EPS-biofilm) has emerged as a significant clinical tool for eradicating this “protective blanket,” which will expose pathogens and opportunistic microorganisms to antimicrobial agents in a effort to restore harmony and balance between the body and its microbiome….

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