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Alginate bead encapsulation, white precipitation in media

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#1 Muhidini



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Posted 08 September 2010 - 01:12 AM

I produced alginate beads using L. hyperborea alginate at a concentration of 4.9 % and precipitated them into a 4% SrCl2 solution. The bacteria I put into these beads are photosynthetic bacteria which I grow under two light regimes. The beads have been growing for about 7 days now and suddenly the media in one of the replicates started to become extremely white, "cloudy" so to say. Does anybody know what could be going on ?
I greatly appreciate any help or suggestions
Thanks !

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