Evolutionary stability dynamics of T9002 evolved under low-input and high-input conditions

FIGURE A18-2Evolutionary stability dynamics of T9002 evolved under low-input (−AHL) and high-input (+AHL) conditions

Low- and high-input evolved populations are shown with solid gray circles and solid black circles, respectively. Evolved populations at different time points were grown with AHL to measure relative GFP levels. Relative fluorescence normalized by OD is plotted versus generations. Error bars represent one standard deviation from the mean of nine independently evolved populations.

SOURCE: This figure is taken from the Journal of Biological Engineering, 4(1), 12. doi: 10.1186/1754-1611-4-12.

From: A18, SYNTHETIC SYSTEMS AS MICROBIAL THREATS: PREDICTABILITY OF LOSS-OF-FUNCTION MUTATIONS IN ENGINEERED SYSTEMS

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