Reactance and resistance: main properties to follow the cell differentiation process in Bacillus thuringiensis by dielectric spectroscopy in real time

@article{DinornTllezGirn2015ReactanceAR,
  title={Reactance and resistance: main properties to follow the cell differentiation process in Bacillus thuringiensis by dielectric spectroscopy in real time},
  author={Jabel Dinor{\'i}n-T{\'e}llez-Gir{\'o}n and R. Delgado-Macuil and Claudia Patricia Larralde Corona and Francisco Javier Mart{\'i}nez Montes and Mayra Torre Mart{\'i}nez and V. E. L{\'o}pez-Y-L{\'o}pez},
  journal={Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology},
  year={2015},
  volume={99},
  pages={5439-5450}
}
During growth, Bacillus thuringiensis presents three phases: exponential phase (EP), transition state (TS), and sporulation phase (SP). In order to form a dormant spore and to synthesize delta-endotoxins during SP, bacteria must undergo a cellular differentiation process initiated during the TS. Dielectric spectroscopy is a technique that can be utilized for continuous and in situ monitoring of the cellular state. In order to study on-line cell behavior in B. thuringiensis cultures, we… Expand
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