Strain UFB2 was isolated from a soybean field soil in Mississippi and identified as a member of Pseudomonas chlororaphis. Strain UFB2 has a broad-spectrum antimicrobial activity against common soil-borne pathogens. Plate assays showed that strain UFB2 was especially efficient in inhibiting the growth of Clavibacter michiganensis 1-07, the causal agent of the devastating bacterial canker of tomato. Here, the complete genome sequence of P. chlororaphis strain UFB2 is reported and described. The strain UFB2 genome consists of a circular chromosome of 6,360,256 bp of which 87.86 % are protein-coding bases. Genome analysis revealed multiple gene islands encoding various secondary metabolites such as 2,4-diacetylphloroglucinol. Further genome analysis will provide more details about strain UFB2 antibacterial activities mechanisms and the use of this strain as a potential biocontrol agent.
Pseudomonas chlororaphis is a bacterium used as a soil inoculant in agriculture and horticulture. It can act as a biocontrol agent against certain fungal plant pathogens via production of phenazine-type antibiotics. Based on 16S rRNA analysis, similar species have been placed in its group. P. chlororaphis lends its name to a subgroup within the genus Pseudomonas. The other members of the P. chlororaphis subgroup are P. aurantiaca, P. aureofaciens, P. fragi, P. lundensis, and P. taetrolens. Chin-A-Woeng TF, et al. (2000). Root colonization by phenazine-1-carboxamide-producing bacterium Pseudomonas chlororaphis PCL1391 is essential for biocontrol of tomato foot and root rot. Mol Plant Microbe Interact. 13 (12): 1340-5. doi:10.1094/MPMI.2000.13.12.1340. PMID 11106026. Anzai; Kim, H; Park, JY; Wakabayashi, H; Oyaizu, H; et al. (Jul 2000). Phylogenetic affiliation of the pseudomonads based on 16S rRNA sequence. Int J Syst Evol Microbiol. 50 (4): 1563-89. doi:10.1099/00207713-50-4-1563. PMID ...
Two new near-infrared chemodosimeters for cyanide anion based on 5,10-dihexyl-5,10-dihydrophenazine were designed and synthesized. With dicyano-vinyl groups as the recognition site and electron-withdrawing groups on both sides, probe 1 exhibited an intramolecular charge transfer (ICT) absorption band at 545 nm and emission band at 730 nm, respectively, and thus showed an ICT block process and realized an on-off response after bilateral reaction with cyanide anions in CH3CN. Probe 2 utilized an unreactive formyl group instead of one of the two reactive dicyano-vinyl groups as the electron-withdrawing component. Due to the unilateral recognition process the ICT of probe 2 was redirected and lead to a remarkably colorimetric and ratiometric near-infrared (NIR) fluorescent response for cyanine. Both probes provided high sensitivity and selectivity with apparent response signals which can be observed by naked eyes, even in the copresence of various other interference anions. Optical spectroscopic ...
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This would explain the behaviour of the pigment with sodium dithionite, which reduces the phenazine ring to the 5,10-dihydro derivative, which is probably colourless. After exposure to air re-oxidation would occur. Thus, the pigment may not represent evidence of sub-lethal cell damage, but is, instead, an insoluble oxidation product of a dye metabolite. 1,2,4-triaminobenzene was very rapidly oxidized to 1,4,7-triaminophenazine by a mitochondrial suspension; no phenazine derivatives were detected with triaminotoluene under the same circumstances (Kirby, 1968b). 1,4,7-triaminophenazine is a brown, water-insoluble, material which is very readily formed from 1,2,4-triaminobenzene (Muller, 1889). Special studies on pigment in tissues Histological tests were applied to sections of hearts and livers from female rats fed Brown FK at doses of 0, 15, 50, or 250 mg/kg b.w./day for 106-108 weeks. These tissues were obtained from animals used in the carcinogenicity study (see above). In addition, several ...
The aryl hydrocarbon receptor ArH is a nuclear receptor and as such a transcription factor which has been shown to be activated by dioxins and other environmental toxins. Upon ligand binding it is translocated to the nucleus, binds dioxin responsive elements on the DNA, and triggers gene activation notably of CYP 1 monoxygenases, which in turn degradate dioxins to more soluble compounds thus facilitating their removal. It not only binds dioxins, but polyaromatic substances like benzopyrenes in tobacco smoke and a variety of plant substances like e.g. indigo.. Its structure as basic helix loop helix (bHLH) protein has been determined.. It has been questionable how a molecule with such a ligand profile has survived evolution. Groups from Berlin have now determined bacterial secondary products as ligands of the receptor, too. In a paper in Nature this week they describe Pseudomonas aeruginosa phenazines and Mycobacterium tuberculosis phthiols as ligands which activate anti-bacterial responses in ...
Persistence of the antivibrio property of the potential antagonistic probiotics, Pseudomonas MCCB 102 and 103, at di¡erent temperatures, pH and in organic solvents was studied. The antivibrio compound was extracted, puri¢ed and characterized using thin-layer chromatography, high-pressure liquid chromatography, liquid chromatography-mass spectroscopy, UV^ Vis and nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy and identi¢ed as N-methyl-1-hydroxyphenazine, a phenazine antibiotic. The toxicity of the compound was tested in Penaeus monodon haemocyte culture and the IC50 valuewas found to be1.4 0.31mg L 1. The compound was found to be bacteriostatic at 0.5mg L 1. Its stability to varying temperature, pH, organic solvents, prolonged shelf-life and vibriostatic nature point to its suitability for prophylatic aquaculture application ...
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Pseudomonas chlororaphis ATCC ® 55670™ Designation: TX-1 TypeStrain=False Application: Biological control of turfgrass pathogens Biological control of Sclerotinia homoeocarpa
Wang, Dongping; Dorosky, Robert; Han, Cliff; Lo, Chien-chi; Dichosa, Armand; Chain, Patrick; Jun Myoung Yu; Pierson, Leland; III; Pierson, Elizabeth (2015). Adaptation Genomics of a Small-Colony Variant in a Pseudomonas chlororaphis 30-84 Biofilm. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. Available electronically from http : / /hdl .handle .net /1969 .1 /182425. ...
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One HP small molecule proved effective in treating two bacteria in an animal study: Staphylococcus aureus and Enterococcus faecalis. S. aureus is a major human pathogen involved in community- and hospital-acquired antibiotic resistant infections. E. faecalis is notorious for causing untreatable foot ulcers in patients who have diabetes. Diabetic extremity ulcers develop in almost 15% of people with diabetes and are a leading cause of hospital admission and amputation among this group of patients.. This series of compounds is inspired by a marine phenazine antibiotic that we showed has antibacterial activity in our previous work. Synthetic analogues, which we call halogenated phenazines, have been further developed using a combination of organic chemistry, microbiology and molecular biology, Huigens said. Resistant- and tolerant-bacterial pathogens give rise to numerous problems for patients and our class of compounds aims to fix that.. In addition to Huigens, researchers from the UF ...
Nishikimi, M., Roa, N.A. and Yogi, K. (1972) The Occurrence of Superoxide Anion in the Reaction of Reduced Phenazine Methosulfate and Molecular Oxygen. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications, 46, 849-854.
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Heine D, Sundaram S, Beudert M, Martin K, Hertweck C (2016) A widespread bacterial phenazine forms conjugates with biogenic thiols and crosslinks proteins. Chem Sci 7, 4848-4855. PDF ...
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phacolysin: cpd not in Chemline 7/14/83; RN in 9th CI Form Index for 5,12-dihydroquinoxalino(2,3-b)phenazine-2,9-disulfonic acid (phacolysin in Negwer, 5th ed, #3514; MF=C18H12N4O6S2): 1790-56-3; different structure given for phacolysin in UD 24:43a (C21H17NO6S2) than in Negwer, 5th ed, #3514
The year 2017 wasnt a particularly great year, especially when you look back at the biggest moments that defined the past 12 months. From hurricanes to mass shootings to the many f--kups in Washington, 2017 somehow managed to surpass the s--tstorm of 2016. But although there were plenty of headaches, every once and a while there were glimmers of excellence, from great TV shows to hilarious viral videos that made us crack up. And sure, maybe we could be super lazy and uninspired and simply list those moments here for you like we didnt give a f--k. But thats not our style. Instead, we decided to recap the years highlights using would you rathers. Trust us, its more fun this way. Below, a summary of 2017s biggest trends.. ...
  9,14-dibenzo (a, c) phenazine and tribenzo (a, c, i,) phenazine, were synthesized and solvent effect on the electronic absorption spectra of the compounds were studied. In some aspects of the spectra, the features of anthracene were carried into the spectrum of these synthesized phenazine derivatives with a change in symmetry. The absorption spectra of the two compounds were red–shifted compared with that of phenazine. Polar solvents shift the wavelength of absorption to the red relative to non-polar solvents, thus revealing that the observed bands have more charged excited state. This suggests that the transition is p→p* transition.    Key words: 9,14-dibenzo (a, c) phenazine, tribenzo (a, c, i,) phenazine, electronic absorption spectra, solvent effect.
Biosynthetic Production of 4-Amino 4-Deoxychorismate (Adc) and [3R,4R]-4-Amino-3-Hydroxycyclohexa-1,5-Diene-1-Carboxylic Acid (3,4-Cha) - The invention relates to a process for the biosynthetic production of 4-amino-4-deoxychorismate (ADC) performed fermentatively in vivo with a 4-amino-4-deoxychorismate synthase, preferably a PabAB bipartite protein (which may be a fusion protein), at an increased level of activity, thereby obtaining a broth comprising ADC and 4-amino-4-deoxyprephenate (ADP), that are recovered. The invention also relates to a further process of converting the ADP into p-aminophenylalanine. The invention, moreover relates to biosynthetic production of [3R,4R]-4-amino-3-hydroxycyclohexa-1,5-diene-1-carboxylic acid (3,4-CHA), by concerted action of such 4-amino-4-deoxychorismate synthase and of an enzyme capable of converting isochorismate into [5S,6S]-5,6 dihydroxycyclohexa-1,3-diene-1-carboxylic acid (2,3-CHD), preferably a phenazine biosynthesis protein PhzD, including ...
The opportunistic pathogen Pseudomonas aeruginosa (P. aeruginosa) produces several redox-active phenazine metabolites, including pyocyanin (PYO) and phenazine-1-carboxamide (PCN), which are electron carrier molecules that also aid in virulence. In particular, PYO is an exclusive metabolite produced by P. aer
I studied Pharmaceutical Sciences at the University of Antwerp. I have spent 3 months (20 February-19 May 2017) at the department of Biological Sciences at Columbia University New York-USA to perform research in the context of my master thesis dissertation in pharmaceutical sciences: Monitoring the impact of the SoxR regulon on phenazine production in Pseudomonas aeruginosa by fluorescence spectrometry. The research stay at Columbia University considerably aroused my interest in scientific research, after which I decided to do apply for a PhD at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel. During my PhD, I will strive to elucidate the mechanisms of drug-induced cholestasis as the basis for improved animal-free prediction of drug-induced liver injury. ...
Various natural products, such as taxol, morphine and vancomycin, play a prominent role in medicine due to their ability to modulate biological targets critical to human disease. Our lab has two natural product inspired synthetic medicinal chemistry programs, driven by the function of phenazine antibiotics and the structural complexity of select indole alkaloids. Each program aims to address major biomedical problems, including: (1) the discovery of therapeutically relevant small molecules capable of eradicating surface-attached bacterial biofilms and (2) enhancing the chemical diversity of screening libraries used to drive drug discovery in high throughput screening campaigns. Our first program aims to target bacterial biofilms, which contain specialized persister cells that are metabolically dormant and demonstrate high antibiotic tolerance towards every class of conventional antibiotic. These biofilms are the underlying cause of chronic and recurring bacterial infections. We have discovered ...
On a direct Gram stain of a clinical specimen, Bacillus, Lactobacillus, and Corynebacterium all have distinctive, characteristic morphologies and arrangements so that in fact the genus designation is usually apparent from the Gram stain alone, although catalase testing of colonies is also very helpful (the anaerobic clostridia are or may be indistinguishable from Bacillus on Gram stain). However, all three of these genera contain numerous species and all demonstrate wide ranges of variation in microscopic morphology ...
On a direct Gram stain of a clinical specimen, Bacillus, Lactobacillus, and Corynebacterium all have distinctive, characteristic morphologies and arrangements so that in fact the genus designation is usually apparent from the Gram stain alone, although catalase testing of colonies is also very helpful (the anaerobic clostridia are or may be indistinguishable from Bacillus on Gram stain). However, all three of these genera contain numerous species and all demonstrate wide ranges of variation in microscopic morphology ...
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A gram stain of a skin lesion is a laboratory test that uses special stains to detect and identify bacteria in a sample from a skin sore. The gram stain method is one of the most commonly used techniques to quickly diagnose bacterial infections.
There are many amongst us who are unfortunate enough to be required to read Gram stains as part of our work, and usually lots of them. There will inevitably be occasion when one comes across a stain where it is uncertain whether bacteria are present or not, or whether it is just debris/stain deposit etc. And it usually doesnt matter how much you look at it! You can scan the slide ad infinitum, then ask your colleague for their opinion, which usually turns out to be identical to yours…. Im not sure. This happens to all of us regardless of our expertise or experience. The first thing to do of course is to repeat the Gram stain, in the hope that it gives a clearer picture. However if you get a similar picture on repeat testing, how do you report it?. In superficial wound swabs it is of course of minor importance, which makes you wonder why we ever bother doing Gram stains on such samples (we are very selective now in this respect at my laboratory), but occasionally you will come across such a ...
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Gram stain: Gram stain, a widely used microbiological staining technique that greatly aids in the identification and characterization of bacteria. It was devised by a Danish physician,
Write a draft results section of your work on your isolates. Construct a table of the tests performed on the isolates from your soil community (your isolates and your teammates from the same sampling site) and write a complete results narrative. You should include in the table: Gram stain, description of the colony morphology, description of the individual bacterias structural characteristics including shape & arrangement (cocci, rods, with descriptors ie., large, small, bullet shaped, in chains, etc.), evidence of spores (either endospore stain positive or visualization of empty areas in vegetative cells on Gram stain), motility, etc. Include test results that you will use as evidence for metabolic diversity or community behavior, ie. nitrogen cycling capabilities, fermentation of mannitol, etc. Make separate figures from photographs of the interactions assays for your soil sample and another from a photo of a positive antibiotic production assay (if your soil sample showed such a positive) ...
Make a table of the tests performed on the isolates from your soil community (your isolates and your teammates from the same sampling site) and write a results narrative for it. You should include in the table: Gram stain, description of the colony morphology, description of the individual bacteria and any characteristic arrangement (cocci, rods, with descriptors ie., large, small, bullet shaped, in chains, etc.), evidence of spores (either endospore stain positive or visualization of empty areas in vegetative cells on Gram stain), quorum sensing, antibiotic production, motility, indole, and H2S, nitrogen cycling results (maybe--if they worked). Make a separate figure from a photograph of your interactions assay and analyze those data ...
The Gram stain differentiates bacteria into two fundamental varieties of cells. Bacteria that retain the initial crystal violet stain (purple) are said to be gram-positive, whereas those that are decolorized and stain red with carbol fuchsin (or safranin) are said to be gram-negative. This stain …
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Beginning Easy to perform; requires no experience in microbiology. For 32 students in 8 groups. Bacteria stain differently because they vary in cell-wall composition. This easy-to-use Gram stain kit allows you to view Gram-positive bacteria (blue) versus Gram-negative bacteria (pink) for bacter...
Raphael S. F. Silva; Tiago T. Guimaraes; Daniel V. Teixeira; Ana Paula G. Lobato; Maria do Carmo F. R. Pinto; Carlos Alberto de Simone; Jana na G. Soares; Alessandra G. Cioletti; Marilia O. F. Goulart; Antonio V. Pinto. How to cite this article Silva RSF, Guimaraes TT, Teixeira DV, Lobato APG, Pinto MCFR, Simone CA, et al. The Preparation of a 10-Membered Ring Macrolactone by Selective Ozonolysis and the Role of the Dihydropyran-Substituent on the MCPBA-Oxidation Reaction Profile of β-Lapachone Phenazines. J. Braz. Chem. Soc. 2005;16(5 ):1074-1077 ...
Beginning Easy to perform; requires no experience in microbiology. For 32 students. Easy-to-use Gram stain kit allows you to view Gram-positive bacteria (blue) versus Gram-negative bacteria (pink) for bacteriological identification. Kit provides bacterial cultures that represent all 3 bacterial...
A Gram stain is a lab test used to detect bacteria or fungi in a sample taken from the site of a suspected infection. It gives relatively quick, preliminary results as to whether microbes are present and, if so, the general type(s) causing an infection.
Pericardial fluid Gram stain is a method of staining a sample of fluid taken from the pericardium. This is the sac surrounding the heart. Learn more here.
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Chemical ecology: bacterial phenazines as toxins and paracrine signals in Candida albicans A Thesis Submitted to the Faculty in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Microbiology and Immunology by Diana K. Morales Gamba DARTMOUTH COLLEGE Hanover, New Hampshire November 2011 Examining Committee: ______________________________ Deborah A. Hogan, Ph.D. (Chair) ______________________________ Mary Lou Guerinot, Ph.D. ______________________________ Ambrose Cheung, M.D. ______________________________ ______________________________ Brian W. Pogue, Ph.D. Michael Lorenz, Ph.D. Dean of Graduate Studies ...
The enzyme that catalyses the hydroxylation of the methyl group of p-cresol was purified from Pseudomonas putida. It has mol.wt. 115000 and appears to contain two subunits of equal molecular weight. One subunit is a c-type cytochrome and the other is a flavoprotein. Reduction of the cytochrome occurred on addition of substrate. The same enzyme catalyses both p-cresol hydroxylation and the further oxidation of the product, 4-hydroxybenzyl alcohol. The stoicheiometry of acceptor reduced per molecule of substrate oxidized is that for two dehydrogenation reactions. The Km for p-cresol is 7.3 × 10(-6) M and that for 4-hydroxybenzyl alcohol is 47.6 × 10(-6) M. The enzyme, which is assayed with phenazine methosulphate as electron acceptor, was stimulated by particulate material, which probably contains the acceptor in vivo. ...
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Proteoglycan (PG) and glycosaminoglycan (GAG) samples corresponding to a minimum of 10 ng of uronic acid were reliably quantified as precipitates with the cationic dye Safranin O, collected by vacuum-aided filtration onto a cellulose acetate/nitrate membrane in a standard 96-well dot assay apparatus. The reflectances of the precipitation dots were measured by automatic densitometric scanning of the membrane sheets. Standard GAGs produced reflectance values which were related to the number of anionic groups per unit disaccharide; hyaluronate and keratan sulfate gave lower values while heparin yielded values higher than those of chondroitin sulfates. The presence of 8 m urea, 1% Triton X-100, 30% sucrose, 0.02% NaN3, or mixtures of proteinase inhibitors and various buffers did not markedly influence the reflectances, while 4 m guanidinium chloride and 3 m CsCl reduced the sensitivity of the assay to 30-50 ng. Samples containing sodium dodecyl sulfate (SDS) were not applicable because SDS ...
Biofilms are multicellular communities formed by densely-packed microbes that are often associated with persistent infections. Steep gradients of nutrients and oxygen form in these crowded structures. The human pathogen Pseudomonas aeruginosa produces molecules called phenazines that help it to cope with the oxygen-limited conditions within biofilms. Columbia researchers have uncovered new roles for proteins of the electron transport chain that implicate them in utilization of phenazines. Illustration by Nicoletta Barolini.. ...
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We had this same problem with the Brown and Brenn if we let the slides dry before the differentiation. No problems if the slides were wet going into the acetone. The same thing happens with a ZN for TB. , Aidan, , , Im having the same problem with my gram stain. Im using Brown and , Hopps. All the bacteria stain blue as if the differention never , happened. Ive been experimenting with Rosanaline vs pararosaniline to , see if that makes a difference, but so far nothing has changed. I tried , Brown and Brenn, using both versions of Basic Fuchsin, and that didnt , work, either. , , Aidan, what are you using to differientiate with (Im not familiar with , the Bancroft & Stevens method)? Im using pure Acetone. I tried the , old microbiologists standby of Abs ETOH:Abs acetone, 1:1 and that made , no difference either. , , Sorry, but Im as baffled as you! , , Connie M. , , Aidan Schurr wrote: , , , , Hi all, , , , , We have been having troubles with our gram stain (paraffin) procedure. The ...
Has anyone else seen this particular gram stain artefact? When gram staining Bacillus cultures i see strange light pink filaments, too narrow to be cells, closely associated with the actual cells. The smears also show the characteristic gram variable reaction of bacillus, in that the aging, endospore cells are pink, not purple. I dont know if these phenomena are related. Sometimes the filamentous stuff even looks golden rather than pink, or somewhere in between ...
Gram method, Gram stain, an empirical staining procedure in which microorganisms are stained with crystal violet, treated with 1:15 dilution of strong iodine solution, decolorized with ethanol or ethanol-acetone, and counterstained with a contrasting dye, usually safranin O. Those microorganisms that retain the crystal violet stain are said to be gram-positive, and those that lose the crystal violet stain by decolorization but stain with the counterstain are said to be gram-negative. Gram-positive organisms that lose the stain easily, so that samples appear to be a mixture of gram-positive and gram-negative organisms, are said to be gram-variable. ...
To explore the binding properties of [Ru(phen)(2)dppz](2+) complex (phen = l,10-phenanthroline, dppz = dipyrido[3,2-a:2,3-c]phenazine) in a sequence-specific manner in DNA duplex. it was tethered through the dppz ligand to a central position as well as. ...
Zuschriften diruthenium tetracarboxylate compounds have been explored by using organic bridging ligands,[2] such as nitroxide radicals, TCNQ (7,7,8,8-tetracyano-p-quinodimethane), quinone, phenazine, [N(CN)2] , and [C(CN)3] . These extended network structures exhibit weak antiferromagnetic interactions between spin sites, but not long-range magnetic ordering. [Ru2(O2CMe)4]+ has been incorporated into cubic 3D networks with metal hexacyanometallate(iii), [M(CN)6]3 (M = Co, Fe, Mn, Cr). [Ru2(O2CMe)4]3[MIII(CN)6] (M = Co (2), Fe (3), Cr (4)) have a 3D body-centered, interpenetrating network structure (Figure 1) that magnetically orders at 2.1 K Magnetic Properties Building Blocks for 2D Molecule-Based Magnets: The Diruthenium Tetrapivalate Monocation [RuII/III2(O2CtBu)4]+** Figure 1. 3D network structure of [Ru2(O2CMe)4]3[MIII(CN)6] (M = Cr (2), Co (3), Fe(4)).[3] The hydrogen atoms are omitted for clarity. A second network structure interpenetrates this lattice, but it is omitted for clarity. ...
A colorimetric cell proliferation assay using soluble tetrazolium sodium [(CellTiter 96? Aqueous One Remedy) cell proliferation reagent, comprising the (3-(4,5-dimethylthiazol-2-yl)-5-(3-carboxymethoxyphenyl)-2-(4-sulfophenyl)-2H-tetrazolium, inner salt) and an electron coupling reagent phenazine ethosulfate], was optimized and certified for quantitative dedication of IL-15 dependent CTLL-2 cell proliferation activity. of scripts written in the R Statistical Language and Environment utilizing a […]. ...
Last Tuesday I was being adult-in-the-room for the Yr4 research project students. Students are not allowed in any lab unless supervised. Now, my level of expertise at the bench doesnt make me the most competent person in the room to give a tutorial on how to use a Spectrophotometer but after 40 years in science Im not totally useless with my advice. One of the kids had a pile of Petri dishes and was fixing a sample to a slide prior to doing a Gram stain. This involved holding the slide with a pair of wooden tongs and passing it through the flame of a Bunsen burner to dry off the water and bake the bacteria unto the glass. You have to be a little slippy here, because a beginners error is to crack the slide in too hot a flame - its one of the reasons for wearing safety-glasses in the lab. Looking at the mountain of Petri dishes to be processed, I realised ,!shazzammm!, a more efficient way of drying/fixing multiple samples. Why not, I suggested, spread the soup on several different slides and ...
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