Marine bacteria from the French Atlantic coast displaying high forming-biofilm abilities and different biofilm 3D architectures.

Abstract : Few studies have reported the species composition of bacterial communities in marine biofilms formed on natural or on man-made existing structures. In particular, the roles and surface specificities of primary colonizers are largely unknown for most surface types. The aim of this study was to obtain potentially pioneering bacterial strains with high forming-biofilm abilities from two kinds of marine biofilms, collected from two different surfaces of the French Atlantic coast: an intertidal mudflat which plays a central role in aquaculture and a carbon steel structure of a harbour, where biofilms may cause important damages.
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Ibtissem Doghri, Sophie Rodrigues, Alexis Bazire, Alain Dufour, David Akbar, et al.. Marine bacteria from the French Atlantic coast displaying high forming-biofilm abilities and different biofilm 3D architectures. . BMC Microbiology, BioMed Central, 2015, ⟨10.1186/s12866-015-0568-4⟩. ⟨hal-01247105⟩

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