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An in vitro collagen perfusion wound biofilm model; with applications for antimicrobial studies and microbial metabolomics (2019)
Journal Article
Slade, E. A., Thorn, R. M. S., Young, A., & Reynolds, D. M. (2019). An in vitro collagen perfusion wound biofilm model; with applications for antimicrobial studies and microbial metabolomics. BMC Microbiology, 19(1), https://doi.org/10.1186/s12866-019-1682-5

Background The majority of in vitro studies of medically relevant biofilms involve the development of biofilm on an inanimate solid surface. However, infection in vivo consists of biofilm growth on, or suspended within, the semi-solid matrix of the... Read More about An in vitro collagen perfusion wound biofilm model; with applications for antimicrobial studies and microbial metabolomics.

An in vitro investigation of microbial volatile analysis for diagnosis of wound infection (2019)
Thesis
Slade, E. An in vitro investigation of microbial volatile analysis for diagnosis of wound infection. (Thesis). UWE. Retrieved from https://uwe-repository....ribe.com/output/4917997

Microorganisms produce a wide range of volatile compounds as a product of metabolism. As a result of their different metabolic capabilities, the profiles of volatiles produced will differ between species. This research investigates the detection of v... Read More about An in vitro investigation of microbial volatile analysis for diagnosis of wound infection.

In vitro discrimination of wound-associated bacteria by volatile compound profiling using selected ion flow tube-mass spectrometry (2017)
Journal Article
Reynolds, D. M., Young, A., Lovering, A. M., Thorn, R. M., Slade, E. A., Slade, E. A., …Reynolds, D. M. (2017). In vitro discrimination of wound-associated bacteria by volatile compound profiling using selected ion flow tube-mass spectrometry. Journal of Applied Microbiology, 123(1), 233-245. https://doi.org/10.1111/jam.13473

© 2017 The Society for Applied Microbiology Aims: To determine if bacterial species responsible for clinically relevant wound infection produce specific volatile profiles that would allow their speciation. Methods and Results: Selected ion flow tube-... Read More about In vitro discrimination of wound-associated bacteria by volatile compound profiling using selected ion flow tube-mass spectrometry.


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