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From: Identification of Salmonella enterica serovar Kentucky genes involved in attachment to chicken skin

Fig. 1

Bioluminescence (p/s/cm2/sr) of 96-well plate containing chicken skin cuts: a before washing and b after washing of chicken skin cuts. The first four wells in the last column (A12, B12, C12, D12) are wild type S. Kentucky strain SkTn7lux and the last four wells in the same column (E12, F12, G12, H12) are E. coli DH5α. The remaining wells are individual mutants that have been replicated in four plates. Examples of mutants with significantly decreased skin binding prior to the main wash are in wells E1, G1, F6, E8, D10 and H9

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