Mechanism of Action: Bacteria Cell Destroyed By Antimicrobial agent - William Haney
COUNTRY: United States
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TITLE: Mechanism of Action: Bacteria Cell Destroyed By Antimicrobial agent
TECHNIQUE: Digital Painting with Cintique
DESCRIPTION: This three phase mechanism-of-action Illustration depicts how bacteria intrinsically interacts and organizes itself in forming new substrate structures and how the induction of antiseptic chemical-molecular agents can be used to interfere with these dangerous matrices, harnessing their biologic metamorphosis.
In the first phase Hydrophilic heads are assaulted by the induced agent creating pierced holes
throughout the matrices architecture. The destruction of the" water loving" hydrophilic outer cell membrane detaches the plaque adhesion. Antimicrobial agents continue their assault as they penetrate deeper and wider attacking the interior opposing hydrophobic lipid sublayer.
In Phase 2 the antiseptic interacts aggressively with the interior hydrophobic chains (non-polar, H2O repelling tails) expelling them in groups. The remaining hydrophilic and hydrophobic molecules are literally vacuumed out through bleb-like bulges (encased fluid balls). This extraction phase increases.
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