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Fig 1. From: Chemotactic Behavior of Pathogenic and Nonpathogenic Leptospira Species.

Chemotaxis increases with increasing concentration gradient of attractant. Capillary tubes (C) filled with 100 mM pyruvate were dipped into the bacterial suspensions of L. interrogans in wells (W) containing 0, 50, and 100 mM pyruvate. Capillary tubes filled with chemotaxis buffer were used as a negative control. Fewer cells enter capillaries containing pyruvate as its concentration in the bacterial suspensions is increased. Data are representative of one experiment and are the means of PCR duplicates of three to four capillary tubes. The error bars represent standard deviations.

Ambroise Lambert, et al. Appl Environ Microbiol. 2012 December;78(23):8467-8469.
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Fig 2. From: Chemotactic Behavior of Pathogenic and Nonpathogenic Leptospira Species.

Dependence of chemotaxis on compound concentration in the capillaries. Shown are the results of the capillary tube assay of L. interrogans incubated for 60 min in different concentrations of pyruvate (A), palmitic acid (B), and vitamin B12 (C) in motility buffer. Capillary tubes filled with motility buffer were used as a negative control. Data are representative of one experiment and are the means of PCR duplicates of three to four capillaries. The error bars represent the standard deviations.

Ambroise Lambert, et al. Appl Environ Microbiol. 2012 December;78(23):8467-8469.

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