Bacterial diversity of the cultivable fraction of a marine electroactive biofilm.

@article{Vandecandelaere2010BacterialDO,
  title={Bacterial diversity of the cultivable fraction of a marine electroactive biofilm.},
  author={I. Vandecandelaere and O. Nercessian and M. Faimali and E. Segaert and A. Mollica and W. Achouak and P. de Vos and P. Vandamme},
  journal={Bioelectrochemistry},
  year={2010},
  volume={78 1},
  pages={
          62-6
        }
}
Stainless steel electrodes were cathodically polarized at -200 mV versus an Ag/AgCl reference electrode in natural seawater in order to produce current. The current increased and stabilized at 0.5 A/m(2) in less than 10 days. The cultivable fraction of the microbial biofilm population formed on the surface of the current harvesting cathodes was examined by culture dependent techniques. Three hundred fifty six isolates were obtained. They were primarily characterized by whole cell fatty acid… Expand
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