Journal article

Coupled electrostatic, hydrodynamic, and mechanical properties of bacterial interfaces in aqueous media

Fabien Gaboriaud, Michelle L Gee, Richard Strugnell, Jerome FL Duval

Langmuir | AMER CHEMICAL SOC | Published : 2008

University of Melbourne Researchers


Funding Acknowledgements

We thank Etienne Dague for measuring the electrokinetic data, James A. Holden and Vincent Spiehler for assistance with growing the cells, and the CNRS communication service in Nancy (Nathalie Nevez, Celine Delalex, DR6). F.G. thanks M. L. Gee for accommodating him in her group during an 8 month sabbatical. This publication was also made possible in part by a grant from the CNRS program (CNRS cooperation 17990). F.G. also acknowledges the Particulate Fluids Processing Centre, the School of Chemistry (Melbourne University), and Asylum Research (Santa Barbara, CA) for providing some of the experimental and technical facilities. R.S. is supported by the National Health and Medical Research Council and are members of the Bacterial Pathogenesis Research Program.