cyanobacterial slime

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Subject: cyanobacterial slime
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Date: 24 Oct 1997 23:16:03 GMT
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I am a Masters student working with several cyanobacteria, bot filamentous and
 singled celled.  I am trying to isolate and analyze the thick slime/sheath
 layer surrounding the cells.  I have had very little success with chemical and
 physical manipulations. 

If anyone has found a successful protocol for doing this please let me know.  I
 am very willing to share any info that I have!

Janie
JKNEEAZD at AOL.COM
gotthja at mail.auburn.com



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