Published January 19, 2021 | Version v1
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Interlaboratory study for the evaluation of three microtiter plate-based biofilm quantification methods

  • 1. LEPABE, Faculty of Engineering University of Porto
  • 2. Ghent University
  • 3. University of Antwerp
  • 4. University of Helsinki
  • 5. Amsterdam UMC, University of Amsterdam
  • 6. Discovery Microbiology, Aptuit (Verona) S.r.l., an Evotec Company
  • 7. CBE, Montana State University

Description

Data collected in the Print-aid interlaboratory study (ring trial) to evaluate the repeatability and reproducibility of three microtiter plate based methods: crystal violet, resazurin and plate counts. The files contain all the raw data collected for each laboratory as well as the tranformed data. Analysis and protocol details can be found in the following publication https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-021-93115-w 

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Calibration curve CV-Table 1.csv

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Funding

PRINT-AID – Multidisciplinary European training network for development of personalized anti-infective medical devices combining printing technologies and antimicrobial functionality 722467
European Commission