Alex Rickard wrote:
>> The best bet is using a 96 well automated reader such as an Anthos
> unit. What are the strains you are testing? Are these "strains" able
> to autoaggregate? Also, do they have the same growth kinetics? This
> will alter/make difficult the taking of your readings.
I don't know exactly what you mean by autoaggregate: if culture are
not sufficiently shaked, bacteria form a biofilm. When culture are in
they seems to be aggregated. But, when culture are shaked they do not
seems to aggregate
(as I can see).
Strains belong to Pseudomonas, so they are fast growing and strictly
I think that they do not have the same kinetics of growth.
I will try the microplate solution. I hope that it will be possible to
shaked the plate sufficiently!
Thanks veyr much.