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Variation in the quantity of native mycolactones after exposure to UV at 312 nm in different solvents and in amber tubes.

By Estelle Marion (171420), Soizic Prado (126810), Camille Cano (171429), Jérémie Babonneau (171439), Sarah Ghamrawi (171446) and Laurent Marsollier (57028)

Abstract

<p>Results represent mean values of triplicate experiments. Standard deviations represent less than 2.5% of the obtained mean values. C0 and Ct are the concentration at times 0 and t, t is the irradiation time.</p

Topics: Biochemistry, Microbiology, Infectious Diseases, mycolactones, uv, 312, nm, solvents, amber
Year: 2012
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0033600.g003
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