生物科学

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    An Inexpensive Imaging Platform to Record and Quantitate Bacterial Swarming
    记录和定量细菌群集的廉价成像平台
    作者:Weijie Chen, Sridhar Mani and Jay X. Tang日期:09/20/2021,浏览量:866,Q&A: 0
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    Bacterial swarming refers to a rapid spread, with coordinated motion, of flagellated bacteria on a semi-solid surface (Harshey, 2003). There has been extensive study on this particular mode of motility because of its interesting biological and physical relevance, e.g., enhanced antibiotic resistance (Kearns, 2010) and turbulent collective motion

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    Development and Quantitation of Pseudomonas aeruginosa Biofilms after in vitro Cultivation in Flow-reactors
    流动反应器体外培养铜绿假单胞菌生物膜的研制与定量
    作者:Yingdan Zhang, Jingru Zhao, Hang Cheng, Jing Wang, Liang Yang and Haihua Liang日期:08/20/2021,浏览量:765,Q&A: 0
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    Characterization of biofilm formation and metabolic activities is critical to investigating biofilm interactions with environmental factors and illustrating biofilm regulatory mechanisms. An appropriate in vitro model that mimics biofilm in vivo habitats therefore demands accurate quantitation and investigation of biofilm-associated activities.

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    High-throughput Method for Detecting Siderophore Production by Rhizosphere Bacteria
    根际细菌产生铁载体的高通量检测方法
    作者:ShaoHua Gu, Wen Wan, ZhengYing Shao and Wei Zhong日期:05/05/2021,浏览量:2312,Q&A: 0
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    Siderophores, a key substance that microorganisms produce to obtain iron under iron-limited conditions, play an important role in regulating interactions between beneficial bacteria and pathogenic bacteria. A large number of bacteria were isolated from the rhizosphere, and we used the method presented here to assay the siderophore production by

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    Simple Time-lapse Imaging for Quantifying the Hydrostatic Production of Oxygenic Photogranules
    用于定量含氧光颗粒静水压力的简单时差成像
    作者:Esmee D. Joosten, Jérôme Hamelin and Kim Milferstedt日期:10/05/2020,浏览量:1642,Q&A: 0
    [Abstract] Oxygenic photogranules (OPGs) are dense, three-dimensional aggregates containing a syntrophic, light-driven microbial community. Their temporal and spatial development interests microbial ecologists working at the bioprocess engineering interface, as this knowledge can be used to optimize biotechnological applications, such as wastewater treatment ...