Tina M. T. Tran

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High-throughput methodologies to screen large numbers of microorganisms necessitate the use of small-scale culture vessels. In this context, an increasing number of researchers are turning to microtiter plate (MTP) formats to conduct experiments. MTPs are now widely used as a culturing vessel for phenotypic screening of aerobic laboratory cultures, and(More)
There are a variety of methods available for determining ethanol tolerance phenotypes in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Many of these methods are limited in through-put and/or application. We describe here a microtiter-plate, growth-based, liquid-culture, rapid ethanol tolerance assay (RETA) that overcomes these limitations. Determinations of ethanol tolerance(More)
Electrochemical methods (cyclic voltammetry (CV), potential steps, and electrochemical impedance spectroscopy) were successfully combined with in situ reflectometry measurements for a detailed analysis of the passive layer evolution as a function of the electrode potential. Interestingly, both EIS and surface reflectivity allowed a film thickness in the(More)
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