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Growth of biofilm on polycarbonat material

M. LeChevallier lechevallier1 at comcast.net
Sat Jan 25 17:07:18 EST 2003


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Yes biofilms will growth on polycarbonate surfaces, but the amount depends
on the nature of the exposure.  Polycarbonate is commonly used in biofilms
studies because it is easy to fabricate.


"fabien" <michallon at yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:fc648b2.0301230637.44991dc2 at posting.google.com...
 >
 > Is there a study about interaction of polycabonat and biofilm ? is the
 > polycarbonate a good support for biofilm growth?
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 > In advance
 > Thank you
 >
 >
 > Fabien
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