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Escherichia Coli Biochemical Tests to Study the Impact of External Energy

Escherichia Coli Biochemical Tests to Study the Impact of External Energy
Based on the altered biochemical reactions in control and treated groups biotype numbers were observed using MicroScan Walk-Away® using NBPC 30 panel system, which will detect the change in biochemical reactions, and report the maximum probability of organism on the basis of its biotype number. Out of four tested lab isolates, three had shown change in biotype number aer bioeld treatment. compared to its control, (7711 5012), while in LS 9, altered biotype number was 7352 5072 aer bioeld treatment as compared to control, 7351 5072. compared to control biotype (5311 4012). new organism was identied as Enterobacter aerogenes in LS 8 aer bioeld treatment on day 10 with respect to control organism, E. coli (Table 4). aer treatment. been reported to alter the biochemical reactions, followed by change biotype number and identication of new microorganism. results are well corroborated with reported studies [21,22]. Isolate Group Biotype Number Organism Identification C 7711 5012 E. coli [11,32]. 1.

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Biofield Impact on S. Aureus Properties Volume 7(4): 238-241 (2015) - 238 J Microb Biochem Technol ISSN: 1948-5948 JMBT, an open access journal Research Article Open Access

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