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EPS production of the various isolates when grown on glucose, fructose or sucrose supplemented media (upper panels)
figureposted on 11.08.2019, 19:14 authored by Stanton Hector, Kyle Willard, Rolene Bauer, Inonge Mulako, Etienne Slabbert, Jens Kossmann, Gavin M George
The EPS was purified and subjected to digestion by dextranase enzyme, the product of which was separated by Thin Layer Chromatography. These results are summarised in Table 1.
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