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Bacteria in electric fields

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Wed Feb 26 17:20:02 EST 1997


In article <Chimpus-2002970527340001 at 131.111.39.97> Chimpus at mole.bio.cam.ac.uk writes:
In article <Chimpus-2002970527340001 at 131.111.39.97> Chimpus at mole.bio.cam.ac.uk writes:
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>From: Chimpus at mole.bio.cam.ac.uk
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>Subject: Bacteria in electric fields
>Date: 20 Feb 1997 17:25:08 GMT
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>Does anyone know is bacteria (such as E. coli) would grow in a strong
>electric field ? Obviously the media would need to be cooled and
>circulated in such an experiment.

>Nick Waterfield

>nrw14 at mole.bio.cam.ac.uk

Visit our homepage at http://140.254.84.40/ and from there link to 
Ohio State University Non-thermal food processing group's homepage. They are 
dealing with pulse electric field studies to kill the organisms, i.e. E. coli.

Ferhan Ozadali



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