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Fisher Scientific biofilm substratum
The S-layer and type IV pili are required for <t>biofilm</t> formation by Synechocystis . The “attached” data series shows crystal violet binding measured at the OD 600 . The “suspended” data series shows planktonic growth measured at OD 730 . Wza, SD517; Slyr, SD523; PilC, SD519; WT, SD100. Both data series are shown on the same y axis. Error bar corresponds to one standard deviation from the sample mean.
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Article Title: Axenic Biofilm Formation and Aggregation by Synechocystis sp. Strain PCC 6803 Are Induced by Changes in Nutrient Concentration and Require Cell Surface Structures

Journal: Applied and Environmental Microbiology

doi: 10.1128/AEM.02192-18

The S-layer and type IV pili are required for biofilm formation by Synechocystis . The “attached” data series shows crystal violet binding measured at the OD 600 . The “suspended” data series shows planktonic growth measured at OD 730 . Wza, SD517; Slyr, SD523; PilC, SD519; WT, SD100. Both data series are shown on the same y axis. Error bar corresponds to one standard deviation from the sample mean.
Figure Legend Snippet: The S-layer and type IV pili are required for biofilm formation by Synechocystis . The “attached” data series shows crystal violet binding measured at the OD 600 . The “suspended” data series shows planktonic growth measured at OD 730 . Wza, SD517; Slyr, SD523; PilC, SD519; WT, SD100. Both data series are shown on the same y axis. Error bar corresponds to one standard deviation from the sample mean.

Techniques Used: Binding Assay, Standard Deviation

Biofouling of a nonaxenic rooftop photobioreactor during growth of WT Synechocystis . (A) During lag phase, no biofilm growth was evident. (B to G) Images taken every 24 h during rapid growth (approximate doubling every 24 h over a period of 5 days). Biofouling such as in the representative images shown was correlated with using hard tap water to prepare BG11 medium; no biofouling was evident when softened tap water was used. Scale bar, ~2 cm. The glass PBR tubes are ~20 cm in diameter.
Figure Legend Snippet: Biofouling of a nonaxenic rooftop photobioreactor during growth of WT Synechocystis . (A) During lag phase, no biofilm growth was evident. (B to G) Images taken every 24 h during rapid growth (approximate doubling every 24 h over a period of 5 days). Biofouling such as in the representative images shown was correlated with using hard tap water to prepare BG11 medium; no biofouling was evident when softened tap water was used. Scale bar, ~2 cm. The glass PBR tubes are ~20 cm in diameter.

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    Fisher Scientific biofilm substratum
    The S-layer and type IV pili are required for <t>biofilm</t> formation by Synechocystis . The “attached” data series shows crystal violet binding measured at the OD 600 . The “suspended” data series shows planktonic growth measured at OD 730 . Wza, SD517; Slyr, SD523; PilC, SD519; WT, SD100. Both data series are shown on the same y axis. Error bar corresponds to one standard deviation from the sample mean.
    Biofilm Substratum, supplied by Fisher Scientific, used in various techniques. Bioz Stars score: 93/100, based on 1 PubMed citations. ZERO BIAS - scores, article reviews, protocol conditions and more
    https://www.bioz.com/result/biofilm substratum/product/Fisher Scientific
    Average 93 stars, based on 1 article reviews
    Price from $9.99 to $1999.99
    biofilm substratum - by Bioz Stars, 2020-05
    93/100 stars
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    The S-layer and type IV pili are required for biofilm formation by Synechocystis . The “attached” data series shows crystal violet binding measured at the OD 600 . The “suspended” data series shows planktonic growth measured at OD 730 . Wza, SD517; Slyr, SD523; PilC, SD519; WT, SD100. Both data series are shown on the same y axis. Error bar corresponds to one standard deviation from the sample mean.

    Journal: Applied and Environmental Microbiology

    Article Title: Axenic Biofilm Formation and Aggregation by Synechocystis sp. Strain PCC 6803 Are Induced by Changes in Nutrient Concentration and Require Cell Surface Structures

    doi: 10.1128/AEM.02192-18

    Figure Lengend Snippet: The S-layer and type IV pili are required for biofilm formation by Synechocystis . The “attached” data series shows crystal violet binding measured at the OD 600 . The “suspended” data series shows planktonic growth measured at OD 730 . Wza, SD517; Slyr, SD523; PilC, SD519; WT, SD100. Both data series are shown on the same y axis. Error bar corresponds to one standard deviation from the sample mean.

    Article Snippet: Three milliliters of culture was added to each well of a 12-well plate (Corning Costar, catalog no. 07–200–82; Fisher Scientific) that contained a 22-mm-thick glass coverslip as a biofilm substratum (12–540–B; Fisher Scientific).

    Techniques: Binding Assay, Standard Deviation

    Biofouling of a nonaxenic rooftop photobioreactor during growth of WT Synechocystis . (A) During lag phase, no biofilm growth was evident. (B to G) Images taken every 24 h during rapid growth (approximate doubling every 24 h over a period of 5 days). Biofouling such as in the representative images shown was correlated with using hard tap water to prepare BG11 medium; no biofouling was evident when softened tap water was used. Scale bar, ~2 cm. The glass PBR tubes are ~20 cm in diameter.

    Journal: Applied and Environmental Microbiology

    Article Title: Axenic Biofilm Formation and Aggregation by Synechocystis sp. Strain PCC 6803 Are Induced by Changes in Nutrient Concentration and Require Cell Surface Structures

    doi: 10.1128/AEM.02192-18

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Biofouling of a nonaxenic rooftop photobioreactor during growth of WT Synechocystis . (A) During lag phase, no biofilm growth was evident. (B to G) Images taken every 24 h during rapid growth (approximate doubling every 24 h over a period of 5 days). Biofouling such as in the representative images shown was correlated with using hard tap water to prepare BG11 medium; no biofouling was evident when softened tap water was used. Scale bar, ~2 cm. The glass PBR tubes are ~20 cm in diameter.

    Article Snippet: Three milliliters of culture was added to each well of a 12-well plate (Corning Costar, catalog no. 07–200–82; Fisher Scientific) that contained a 22-mm-thick glass coverslip as a biofilm substratum (12–540–B; Fisher Scientific).

    Techniques: