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Antibiotics, Volume 9, Issue 5 (May 2020) – 69 articles
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Cover Story (view full-size image) Wood is a renewable resource that has a wide range of ecofriendly applications in our everyday [...] Read more. Wood is a renewable resource that has a wide range of ecofriendly applications in our everyday lives. Research has shown that some woods have antimicrobial properties, and so its further study is warranted to not only for use in hygienic situations but also for the discovery of new antibiotics. However, there are no specific guidelines for the study of the antimicrobial behavior of wood materials to guide the researchers and field experts in safely using this material in hygienically important places. Therefore, we conducted a literature review and present a classification and description of methodologies with their pros and cons. This information will help researchers and field experts to adopt innovative solutions to study and better understand the hygienic nature of wood materials and their applications in human health. View this paper