An improved and versatile methodology to quantify biofilms formed on solid surfaces and exposed to the air-liquid interphase.

Abstract

To study pellicle formation, a new method has been developed to quantify biofilm formed on solid surfaces and exposed to air-liquid interphase. It is a versatile system since different adherent material surfaces might be tested. The methodology is a robust and reproducible approach to quantify biofilm. 
DOI: 10.1016/j.mimet.2014.05.020

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@article{Paytubi2014AnIA, title={An improved and versatile methodology to quantify biofilms formed on solid surfaces and exposed to the air-liquid interphase.}, author={S{\`o}nia Paytubi and P Guirado and Carlos Balsalobre and Carlos III de Madrid}, journal={Journal of microbiological methods}, year={2014}, volume={103}, pages={77-9} }