BIOFILM EXOPOLYSACCHARIDES A STRONG AND STICKY FRAMEWORK PDF

The development of a reliable simulated biofilm has been limited by a lack of information about the microorganism subpopulations and fluid-structure interactions involved in biofilm formation and detachment due to mechanical stress. This paper presents a gellan-based hydrogel as an alternative material for a simulated physicochemical biofilm. The storage modulus of the hydrogel ranges from 2 to 20 kPa, and the loss modulus ranges from 0. The material constants of the hydrogels and biofilms of Pseudomonas putida KT were experimentally determined by rheometric analysis. A simplified biofilm imitate based on highly hydrolyzed gellan hydrogels was established by using experimental design techniques that permitted independent analyses regardless of growth.

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A Strong and Sticky Framework. Colquhoun Norwich UniversityVictor J. Christian MayerRalf Moritz. Theoretical Framework and Empirical Investigation. Biofilm exopolysaccharides: a strong and sticky framework. RonEugene Rosenberg Environmental microbiology Long-term storage of xanthan in seawater at elevated temperature: The material constants of the hydrogels and biofilms of Pseudomonas putida KT were experimentally determined by rheometric analysis.

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