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Methods in Enzymology, Volume 336: Microbial Growth in Biofilms, Part A

Developmental and Molecular Biological Aspects (Methods in Enzymology)

by Ron J. Doyle

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Published by Academic Press .
Written in English


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Number of Pages511
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Open LibraryOL7326292M
ISBN 100121822370
ISBN 109780121822378

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An excellent three volume set of Methods in Enzymology [68–70] was published in andwhich summarizes many commonly used techniques used for biofilm research. Part A book As well, standardized biofilm growth and testing protocols for antimicrobial agent susceptibility have been developed [ 71 – 73 ].Cited by: Microbial growth in biofilms.

Part B, Special environments and physicochemical aspects. [Ronald J Doyle;] Called Part B in continuation of Part A issued as volume of Methods in enzymology.

Description: xxxiv, pages, 3 unnumbered pages of plates: illustrations ; 24 cm. Microbial Growth in Biofilms, Part A: Developmental and Molecular Biological Aspects, Volume (Methods in Enzymology) Published by Academic Press () ISBN ISBN   Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.

Methods in enzymology. by,Academic Press edition, in English Methods in enzymology. Enhancing Metagenomics Investigations of Microbial Interactions with Biofilm Technology Article Literature Review (PDF Available) in International Journal of Molecular Sciences 14(11) Microbial biofilms can form under a widely diverse array of circumstances; their ubiquity, coupled with their innate ability to resist external stresses (e.g.

antimicrobial therapy) makes them. Permease systems may be energized by ATP, for example, ATP binding cassette systems, or by the proton motive force across the cell membrane. Techniques that require less biomass and are based on use of membrane filters or a high-speed microcentrifuge are described.

Changes in growth medium, growth temperature and pH can also be expected to alter permeability, Cited by: 4. Part of the Springer Series on Biofilms book series (BIOFILMS, volume 6) Abstract Leeuwenhoek’s curiosity and inventiveness were remarkable; he discovered these “animalcules” in the tartar on his own teeth and even after meticulous cleansing, the remaining opaque deposits isolated between his teeth were still “as thick as if it were Cited by:   Extracellular polymeric substances (EPS) are the major structural and functional components of microbial biofilms.

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For a more in-depth discussion of the many factors shown to influence biofilm formation, readers are directed to the following excellent books on the topic: Microbial Biofilms by Ghannoum and O'Toole (); Biofilms: Methods in Enzymology, edited by Doyle ().

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