The International Biofilms Standards Task Group, IBSTG, is an international collaborative effort initiated to drive the international development and acceptance of standardised biofilm test methods and standards in health care, the built environment and industrial systems. SNBC and SCELSE, co-founders of the task force, are working with leading biofilm research centers in the UK, Europe and US to develop standardized biofilm test methods and enable informed decision-making regarding international regulation and localised standards for antibiofilm products.
To guide the international development and acceptance of standardised biofilm test methods in health care, the built environment and industrial systems.
Enable for informed and consistent decision making on the international regulation of anti-biofilm products.
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