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Figure 4. Expression of Y. pestis y3730 and hmsT in vitro and in the flea.. From: Differential Control of Yersinia pestis Biofilm Formation In Vitro and in the Flea Vector by Two c-di-GMP Diguanylate Cyclases.

Relative amounts of y3730 and hmsT mRNA expressed in fleas (black bars), in vitro biofilm cultures (grey bars) and in vitro planktonic cultures (white bars) are shown. The mean and SD of three independent experiments is indicated. *P<0.05 by t-test.

Yi-Cheng Sun, et al. PLoS One. 2011;6(4):e19267.
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Figure 5. y3730 and hmsT are required for Y. pestis autoaggregation.. From: Differential Control of Yersinia pestis Biofilm Formation In Vitro and in the Flea Vector by Two c-di-GMP Diguanylate Cyclases.

The % sedimentation of bacterial growth in liquid cultures was determined by spectrophotometry after 1, 2, and 12 hours of stasis (white, grey, and black bars, respectively). The mean and SD of two independent experiments performed in duplicate are indicated.

Yi-Cheng Sun, et al. PLoS One. 2011;6(4):e19267.
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Figure 2. Effect of Y. pestis GGDEF-, EAL-, and HD-GYP-domain genes on in vitro biofilm formation.. From: Differential Control of Yersinia pestis Biofilm Formation In Vitro and in the Flea Vector by Two c-di-GMP Diguanylate Cyclases.

A, B. Relative amounts of adherent biofilm made by Y. pestis KIM6+ parent strain and isogenic derivatives deleted of (A) or overexpressing (B) one of the genes listed in Table 1. C. Quantitation of biofilm made by the hmsT hmsP y3730 triple mutant strain overexpressing one of the genes listed in Table 1, or the mutated y3730 GGAAF allele. The mean and standard deviation of two or more independent experiments are indicated.

Yi-Cheng Sun, et al. PLoS One. 2011;6(4):e19267.

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