Potentiation of antibiotics is a multiphase process involving the removal of biofilm, the interruption of Quorum Sensing (QS)-orchestrated virulence, providing greater exposure to the applied antibiotic, and the conversion of bacteria from sessile (dormant) to metabolically active planktonic phase. Taken together, these affects are likely to diminish the opportunity for the development of anti-microbial resistance. Quorum Sensing is the means by which communities of bacteria communicate with each other to organise the production of protective biofilm. Interference by LAMELLASOME™ is probably extracellular, thus also diminishing the risk of antimicrobial resistance.
Products are designed to tackle serious bacterial infection and the global crisis of antimicrobial resistance