Electrical Conductivity in a Mixed-Species BiofilmApplied and Environmental Microbiology (2012)
AbstractGeobacter sulfurreducens can form electrically conductive biofilms, but the potential for conductivity through mixed species biofilms has not been examined. A current-producing biofilm grown from a wastewater sludge inoculum was highly conductive with low charge transfer resistance even though microorganisms other than Geobacteraceae accounted for nearly half the microbial community.
Publication DateJune 15, 2012
Citation InformationNikhil S. Malvankar, Joanne Lau, Kelly Nevin, Ashley E. Franks, et al.. "Electrical Conductivity in a Mixed-Species Biofilm" Applied and Environmental Microbiology (2012)
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