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    NuAire type a2
    Type A2, supplied by NuAire, used in various techniques. Bioz Stars score: 91/100, based on 1 PubMed citations. ZERO BIAS - scores, article reviews, protocol conditions and more
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    NuAire sterile biosafety cabinet
    Experimental setup and images of the twitching assay A. Schematic showing the experimental setup. Twitching medium (~60 °C) is poured onto a glass slide and allowed to cool and dry in a <t>biosafety</t> cabinet (BSL2) for 20 min. After adding the substance to be tested, the slide is dried again in the biosafety cabinet for 15 min before inoculation with bacteria. A coverslip is then placed over the inoculated substance to be tested, and the slide incubated for 4 h at 37 °C in a moist environment. B. Example of an inoculated slide with coverslip showing three circles, within each a replicate of the substance being tested. C. Example of a large Petri dish containing four inoculated slides with coverslips ( e.g. , a control slide versus three slides comparing different substances, or different concentrations of the same substance). Two wet paper towels are included to prevent drying of the twitching medium during the 4 h incubation. Although not shown, the Petri dish is covered with its lid during incubation to maintain moisture.
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    Experimental setup and images of the twitching assay A. Schematic showing the experimental setup. Twitching medium (~60 °C) is poured onto a glass slide and allowed to cool and dry in a biosafety cabinet (BSL2) for 20 min. After adding the substance to be tested, the slide is dried again in the biosafety cabinet for 15 min before inoculation with bacteria. A coverslip is then placed over the inoculated substance to be tested, and the slide incubated for 4 h at 37 °C in a moist environment. B. Example of an inoculated slide with coverslip showing three circles, within each a replicate of the substance being tested. C. Example of a large Petri dish containing four inoculated slides with coverslips ( e.g. , a control slide versus three slides comparing different substances, or different concentrations of the same substance). Two wet paper towels are included to prevent drying of the twitching medium during the 4 h incubation. Although not shown, the Petri dish is covered with its lid during incubation to maintain moisture.

    Journal: Bio-protocol

    Article Title: Quantification of Bacterial Twitching Motility in Dense Colonies Using Transmitted Light Microscopy and Computational Image Analysis

    doi: 10.21769/BioProtoc.2804

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Experimental setup and images of the twitching assay A. Schematic showing the experimental setup. Twitching medium (~60 °C) is poured onto a glass slide and allowed to cool and dry in a biosafety cabinet (BSL2) for 20 min. After adding the substance to be tested, the slide is dried again in the biosafety cabinet for 15 min before inoculation with bacteria. A coverslip is then placed over the inoculated substance to be tested, and the slide incubated for 4 h at 37 °C in a moist environment. B. Example of an inoculated slide with coverslip showing three circles, within each a replicate of the substance being tested. C. Example of a large Petri dish containing four inoculated slides with coverslips ( e.g. , a control slide versus three slides comparing different substances, or different concentrations of the same substance). Two wet paper towels are included to prevent drying of the twitching medium during the 4 h incubation. Although not shown, the Petri dish is covered with its lid during incubation to maintain moisture.

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    Techniques: Hood, Incubation

    Proliferation of Salmonella in surface disinfected tomatoes. Tomatoes (cv. Amelia) were grown in Citra, FL in the Spring 2013 production season. Rinsated were collected from field-growth tomatoes in sterile tap water, and these were used to re-inoculate some of the tomatoes. UV disinfection was carried out for 10 min on the blossom end of the tomato, and 10 min on the stem-scar end in a Nuaire Class II Type A2 Biosafety hood under a Sylvania Germicidal Lamp (254 nm). Control tomatoes were not re-inoculated following the surface disinfection. All tomatoes were then infected with Salmonella Typhimurium ATCC 14028.

    Journal: PLoS ONE

    Article Title: Factors That Affect Proliferation of Salmonella in Tomatoes Post-Harvest: The Roles of Seasonal Effects, Irrigation Regime, Crop and Pathogen Genotype

    doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0080871

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Proliferation of Salmonella in surface disinfected tomatoes. Tomatoes (cv. Amelia) were grown in Citra, FL in the Spring 2013 production season. Rinsated were collected from field-growth tomatoes in sterile tap water, and these were used to re-inoculate some of the tomatoes. UV disinfection was carried out for 10 min on the blossom end of the tomato, and 10 min on the stem-scar end in a Nuaire Class II Type A2 Biosafety hood under a Sylvania Germicidal Lamp (254 nm). Control tomatoes were not re-inoculated following the surface disinfection. All tomatoes were then infected with Salmonella Typhimurium ATCC 14028.

    Article Snippet: UV disinfection was carried out for 10 min on the blossom end of the tomato, and 10 min on the stem-scar end in a Nuaire Class II Type A2 Biosafety hood under a Sylvania Germicidal Lamp (254 nm).

    Techniques: Hood, Infection