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240 Kim, N.K., Yoo, J.C., Park, H.K., Heo, T.R. & So, J.S. (1998): The relationship between cell surface hydrophobicity (CSH) and stress tolerance in Bifidobacterium spp. Fd

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adaptation induces cross-protection against environmental stresses in Salmonella typhimurium Appl and Env Microbiol 59 1842 1847 Castellanos, T., Ascencio, F., Bashan, Y.: Cell-surface hydrophobicity and cell-surface charge of

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Acta Microbiologica et Immunologica Hungarica
Authors: Aleksandra Šmitran, Dragana Vuković, Nataša Opavski, Ina Gajić, Jelena Marinković, Ljiljana Božić, Irena Živanović, Dušan Kekić, Sunčica Popović, and Lazar Ranin

. The percentage of cell surface hydrophobicity, which is a measure of the percentage of bacterial cells separating into the organic phase, was calculated as follows: % hydrophobicity = [(A0–A1)/A0] × 100, where A0 stands for OD of bacterial suspension

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temperature on biofilm formation by Listeria monocytogenes on various food-contact surfaces: relationship with motility and cell surface hydrophobicity . J. Appl. Microbiol. 104 , 1552 – 1561 . 7

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relative cell-surface hydrophobicity and the adhesion of oral Candida albicans to buccal epithelial cells. Arch Oral Biol 43 , 879 (1998). The effect of limited exposure to antimycotics on the relative cell-surface

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), afimbrial adhesins (encoded by the afa and tos genes), conjugative (F) pili and cell surface hydrophobicity (mediated by the CSH ) [ 75–78 ]. So-called fimbria-associated regulators (responsible for the interplay between the pap , foc , and fim

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