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Viability of planktonic <i>Neisseria subflava</i> cells after HHP treatment using increasing levels of pressure.

By Steffen Dommerich (186714), Hagen Frickmann (186717), Jürgen Ostwald (186720), Tobias Lindner (186723), Andreas Erich Zautner (186724), Kathleen Arndt (186725), Hans Wilhelm Pau (186727) and Andreas Podbielski (186729)


<p>Pressure levels of 100 MPa, 250 MPa, 400 MPa and 540 MPa were used. For HHP treatment, planktonic <i>N. subflava</i> cells were suspended in 0.9% NaCl (circles and small diamonds) or H<sub>2</sub>O (triangles and large squares). CFU: colony forming units as determined by viability counts. The figure shows the results of two representative and independent assays.</p

Topics: Medicine, Cell Biology, Infectious Diseases, planktonic, cells, hhp, levels
Year: 2012
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0030150.g003
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