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Semi-prime and meet weak closure operations in lower BCK-semilattices
Hashem Bordbar, Mohammad Mehdi Zahedi, 2017, original scientific article

Abstract: The notion of semi-prime (resp., meet) weak closure operation is introduced and related properties are investigated. Characterizations of a semi-prime (resp. meet) closure operation are discussed. Examples show that the notion of semi-prime weak closure operation is independent of the notion of meeting weak closure operation.
Found in: osebi
Keywords: non-zeromeet element, meet ideal, relative annihilator, semi-prime (resp., meet) weak closure operation.
Published: 02.12.2019; Views: 1692; Downloads: 0
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Fuzzy soft set theory with applications in hyper BCK-algebras
Hashem Bordbar, Mohammad Rahim Bordbar, Seok-zun Song, Young Bae Jun, 2020, original scientific article

Abstract: In the paper [P.K. Maji, R. Biswas, A.R. Roy, Fuzzy soft sets, J. Fuzzy Math. 9 (3) (2001) 589–602], Maji et al. introduced the concept of fuzzy soft sets as a generalization of the standard soft sets and presented an application of fuzzy soft sets in a decision-making problem. The aim of this paper is to apply a fuzzy soft set for dealing with several kinds of theories in hyper BCK-algebras. The notions of fuzzy soft hyper BCK-ideal, fuzzy soft weak hyper BCK-ideal, fuzzy soft s-weak hyper BCK-ideal, and fuzzy soft strong hyper BCK-ideal are introduced, and related properties and relations are investigated.
Found in: osebi
Keywords: fuzzy soft hyper BCK-ideal, fuzzy soft weak hyper BCK-ideal, fuzzy soft s-weak hyper BCK-ideal, fuzzy soft strong hyper BCK-ideal
Published: 24.02.2020; Views: 1729; Downloads: 0
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WEAK CLOSURE OPERATIONS WITH SPECIAL TYPES IN LOWER BCK-SEMILATTICES
Hashem Bordbar, Young Bae Jun, 2017, original scientific article

Abstract: The notions of (strong) quasi prime mapping on the set of all ideals, t- type weak closure operation, and tender (resp., naive, sheer, feeble tender) weak closure operation are introduced, and their relations and properties are investigated. Conditions for a weak closure operation to be of t-type are provided. Given a weak closure operation, conditions for the new weak closure operation to be of t-type and to be a naive (sheer, feeble tender) weak closure operation are considered. We show that the new weak closure operation is the smallest tender weak closure operation containing the given weak closure operation.
Found in: osebi
Keywords: (strong) quasi prime mapping, t-type weak closure operation, naive (sheer, tender, feeble tender) weak closure operation.
Published: 02.12.2019; Views: 1809; Downloads: 0
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BMBJ-neutrosophic subalgebra in BCI/BCK-algebras
Hashem Bordbar, 2020, original scientific article

Abstract: For the first time, Smarandache introduced neutrosophic sets which can be used as a mathematical tool for dealing with indeterminate and inconsistent information. the notion of BMBJ-neutrosophic set and subalgebra, as a generalization of a neutrosophic set, is introduced, and it’s an application to BCI/BCK-algebras is investigated. The concept of BMBJ-neutrosophic subalgebras in BCI/BCK-algebras is introduced, and related properties are investigated. New BMBJ-neutrosophic subalgebra is established by using a BMBJ-neutrosophic subalgebra of a BCI/BCK-algebra. Also, a homomorphic (inverse) image of BMBJ-neutrosophic subalgebra and translation of BMBJ-neutrosophic subalgebra is investigated. In the end, we provided conditions for a BMBJ-neutrosophic set to be a BMBJ-neutrosophic subalgebra.
Found in: osebi
Keywords: BMBJ-neutrosophic set, BMBJ-neutrosophic subalgebra, BMBJ-neutrosophic S-extension.
Published: 24.02.2020; Views: 1604; Downloads: 0
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A GENERAL MODEL OF NEUTROSOPHIC IDEALS IN BCK/BCI-ALGEBRAS BASED ON NEUTROSOPHIC POINTS
Hashem Bordbar, Rajab Ali Borzooei, Florentin Smarandache, Young Bae Jun, 2020, original scientific article

Abstract: More general form of (∈, ∈∨q)-neutrosophic ideal is introduced, and their prop- erties are investigated. Relations between (∈, ∈)-neutrosophic ideal and (∈, ∈ ∨q(kT ,kI ,kF ) )-neutrosophic ideal are discussed. Characterizations of (∈, ∈ ∨q(kT ,kI ,kF ) )-neutrosophic ideal are discussed, and conditions for a neutrosophic set to be an (∈, ∈∨q(kT ,kI,kF ))-neutrosophic ideal are displayed.
Found in: osebi
Keywords: Ideal, neutrosophic ∈-subset, neutrosophic qk-subset, neutrosophic ∈∨qk-subset, (∈, ∈ ∨q(kT, kI, kF ))-neutrosophic ideal.
Published: 31.08.2020; Views: 1324; Downloads: 0
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Regulation and controlling the motility properties of Pseudomonas aeruginosa
Fazlurrahman Khan, Dung Thuy Nguyen Pham, Sandra Oloketuyi, Young-Mog Kim, 2020, review article

Abstract: Chronic infections caused by Pseudomonas aeruginosa have been a major concern as their spread and mortality continue to be on the rise. These infections are majorly attributed to biofilm formation via sequential steps where motility plays an essential role in initial attachment of bacterial cells onto biotic and abiotic surfaces, thereby contributing to multi-drug resistance among pathogens. Therefore, attenuating motility properties can be considered as highly potential for controlling P. aeruginosa biofilm formation. This strategy has employed the use of various natural and chemically synthesized compounds. The present review article explained the importance and regulation of different types of motilities properties. Furthermore, it also covered several important alternative approaches using anti-motility agents which could be helpful for controlling P. aeruginosa biofilm-associated infections. Further studies are required for in-depth understandings about the mechanisms of motilities controlling of these molecules at molecular levels.
Found in: osebi
Keywords: Biofilm, Motility, Attenuation, Antibiofilm drugs, Pseudomonas aeruginosa
Published: 12.01.2021; Views: 1414; Downloads: 0
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Antibiotics and their different application strategies in controlling the biofilm forming pathogenic bacteria
Fazlurrahman Khan, Dung T N Pham, Sandra Oloketuyi, Young-Mog Kim, 2020, review article

Abstract: Background: The establishment of a biofilm by most pathogenic bacteria has been known as one of the resistance mechanisms against antibiotics. A biofilm is a structural component where the bacterial community adheres to the biotic or abiotic surfaces by the help of Extracellular Polymeric Substances (EPS) produced by bacterial cells. The biofilm matrix possesses the ability to resist several adverse environmental factors, including the effect of antibiotics. Therefore, the resistance of bacterial biofilm-forming cells could be increased up to 1000 times than the planktonic cells, hence requiring a significantly high concentration of antibiotics for treatment. Methods: Up to the present, several methodologies employing antibiotics as an anti-biofilm, antivirulence or quorum quenching agent have been developed for biofilm inhibition and eradication of a pre-formed mature biofilm. Results: Among the anti-biofilm strategies being tested, the sub-minimal inhibitory concentration of several antibiotics either alone or in combination has been shown to inhibit biofilm formation and down-regulate the production of virulence factors. The combinatorial strategies include (1) combination of multiple antibiotics, (2) combination of antibiotics with non-antibiotic agents and (3) loading of antibiotics onto a carrier. Conclusion: The present review paper describes the role of several antibiotics as biofilm inhibitors and also the alternative strategies adopted for applications in eradicating and inhibiting the formation of biofilm by pathogenic bacteria.
Found in: osebi
Keywords: Antibiotics, biofilm inhibition, multiple antibiotics, pathogenic bacteria, resistance mechanism, virulence factors
Published: 14.01.2021; Views: 1281; Downloads: 0
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Diversity of bacteria and bacterial products as antibiofilm and antiquorum sensing drugs against pathogenic bacteria
Fazlurrahman Khan, Sandra Oloketuyi, Young-Mog Kim, 2019, review article

Abstract: The increase in antibiotic resistance of pathogenic bacteria has led to the development of new therapeutic approaches to inhibit biofilm formation as well as interfere quorum sensing (QS) signaling systems. The QS system is a phenomenon in which pathogenic bacteria produce signaling molecules that are involved in cell to cell communication, production of virulence factors, biofilm maturation, and several other functions. In the natural environment, several non-pathogenic bacteria are present as mixed population along with pathogenic bacteria and they control the behavior of microbial community by producing secondary metabolites. Similarly, non-pathogenic bacteria also take advantages of the QS signaling molecule as a sole carbon source for their growth through catabolism with enzymes. Several enzymes are produced by bacteria which disrupt the biofilm architecture by degrading the composition of extracellular polymeric substances (EPS) such as exopolysaccharide, extracellular- DNA and protein. Thus, the interference of QS system by bacterial metabolic products and enzymatic catalysis, modification of the QS signaling molecules as well as enzymatic disruption of biofilm architecture have been considered as the alternative therapeutic approaches. This review article elaborates on the diversity of different bacterial species with respect to their metabolic products as well as enzymes and their molecular modes of action. The bacterial enzymes and metabolic products will open new and promising perspectives for the development of strategies against the pathogenic bacterial infections.
Found in: osebi
Keywords: Bacteria, biofilm, quorum sensing, inhibition, metabolites, pathogen, virulence.
Published: 18.01.2021; Views: 1268; Downloads: 0
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Treatment strategies targeting persister cell formation in bacterial pathogens
Fazlurrahman Khan, Dung Pham, Nazia Tabassum, Sandra Oloketuyi, Young-Mog Kim, 2020, review article

Abstract: Persister cells are transiently antibiotic-tolerant and dormant subpopulations that are produced to escape the effects of antibiotics within biofilms or planktonic cell populations. Persister cells are of high clinical importance due to their tolerance to antimicrobial agents and subsequent failure in antibiotic treatments. Understanding persister cell formation mechanisms is therefore highly important for developing effective therapeutic strategies against pathogenic bacterial persisters. Several anti-persister compounds have been previously identified via isolation from natural resources or chemical synthesis. Furthermore, a combination of these compounds with antibiotics or non-antibiotic drugs also allows action on multiple targets while reducing the administration frequency. Here, we present a comprehensive overview of the clinical importance and formation mechanisms of persister cells as well as the current treatment strategies against persister cell formations in chronic infections.
Found in: osebi
Keywords: Biofilm, anti-persister agents, persister cells, pathogenic bacteria, chronic infections
Published: 14.01.2021; Views: 1293; Downloads: 0
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