Cyclic AMP and acyl homoserine lactones increase the cultivation efficiency of heterotrophic bacteria from the central Baltic Sea.

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The effect of signal molecules on the cultivation efficiency of bacteria from the Gotland Deep in the central Baltic Sea was investigated. Numbers of cultivated cells were determined by the most-probable-number (MPN) technique. Artificial brackish water supplemented with different carbon substrates at low concentrations (200 microM each) was employed as the… (More)

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@article{Bruns2002CyclicAA, title={Cyclic AMP and acyl homoserine lactones increase the cultivation efficiency of heterotrophic bacteria from the central Baltic Sea.}, author={Alke Bruns and Heribert Cypionka and J{\"{o}rg Overmann}, journal={Applied and environmental microbiology}, year={2002}, volume={68 8}, pages={3978-87} }