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Cultivation of Fastidious Bacteria by Viability Staining and Micromanipulation in a Soil Substrate Membrane System

Cultivation of Fastidious Bacteria by Viability Staining and Micromanipulation in a Soil Substrate Membrane System,10.1128/AEM.02407-08,Applied and En

Cultivation of Fastidious Bacteria by Viability Staining and Micromanipulation in a Soil Substrate Membrane System   (Citations: 5)
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Journal: Applied and Environmental Microbiology - AEM , vol. 75, no. 10, pp. 3352-3354, 2009
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    • ...Ferrari and Gillings (2009 )u sed the LIVE/DEAD BacLight kit to stain viable microcolonies formed in the soil-substrate membrane system, which was previously shown to promote the growth of yet-uncultivated soil bacteria (Ferrari et al. 2005)...
    • ...and transferred to a culture medium (Ferrari and Gillings 2009)...

    Satoshi Ishiiet al. Single-cell analysis and isolation for microbiology and biotechnology:...

    • ...This stain is an assay for membrane integrity and does not exclusively separate live from dead cells or unequivocally confirms metabolic inactivity [21], nevertheless, it has been successfully used in many studies to indicate viability of the bacteria [22,23]...

    Suzanne T Readet al. Initial development and structure of biofilms on microbial fuel cell a...

    • ...In contrast, many researchers have shown that simple improvements to culture conditions can significantly increase the number of obtainable isolates, including as yet unculturable strains (Janssen et al. 2002; Kaeberlein et al. 2002; Zengler et al. 2002, 2005; Joseph et al. 2003; Svenning et al. 2003; Stevenson et al. 2004; Davis et al. 2005; Ferrari et al. 2005, 2008; Rasmussen et al. 2008; Ferrari and Gillings 2009; Tamaki et al. 2009; ...

    Katsuhiko Fujiiet al. Development of a simple cultivation method for isolating hitherto-uncu...

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