Silver (nanoparticles or Ag+) can attack the respiratory chain in bacterial mitochondria and lead to cell death
The antiviral properties of metal nanoparticles are of significant medicinal interest.
Interest in the clinical use of silver has been rekindled due to the availability of silver nanoparticles (AgNPs). The diameters of AgNPs are generally smaller than 100 nm and contain 20–15 000 silver atoms
Nanometer scale silver provides an extremely large surface area for contact with bacteria. The nanoparticles get attached to the cell membrane and also penetrate inside the bacteria.
Silver returned to prominence recently due to the emergence of antibiotic-resistant bacteria as a result of the overuse of antibiotics
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