[Biofilms] pseudomonas aeruginosa biofilm formation in lab

Gray, Diane via biofilms%40net.bio.net (by Diane.Gray from invitrogen.com)
Mon Feb 9 11:49:00 EST 2009


I recommend you contact the Center for Biofilm Engineering at Montana
State University. They have a number of helpful materials and resources
to help you get started.

 

Best regards,

Diane Gray

 

<http://www.invitrogen.com/countess> 

Diane R. Gray 
Research Scientist
Cellular Systems
Life Technologies

29851 Willow Creek Rd
Eugene, OR 97402
T 541.465.8300 x59754
F 541.335.0177

Diane.Gray from invitrogen.com
www.lifetechnologies.com

 

 

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Swaminathan
Sent: Saturday, February 07, 2009 6:40 AM
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Subject: [Biofilms] pseudomonas aeruginosa biofilm formation in lab

 

helo frnz,

        first of all, i wud lik to thank d moderator of ds grp fr havin
a discussion forum on Biofilms.. I am new to this group.. i ve jus
subscribed.. i am studyin in chennai.. intrstd to do proj in pseudomonas
aeruginosa biofilms.. i ve onl basic knowledge abt wat biofilm is.. so
pls help me in carryin out this proj.. i wanted to knw as how
p.aeruginosa can be grown as a biofilm in laboratory condition.. is it
possible 2 get a large sample by growin d culture under batch conditions
instead of growin in continuous tubing reactor as we dont hav that set
up facilities in our lab.. if so can u suggest me d expt methods fr
biofilm formation & screening.. i wanted to work on biofilm associated
proteins, its structural characterisation.. m concentrating in
proteomics to study by 2D- PAGE.. pls reply me ur valuable suggestions..
Thank u..

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