|Application:||Scanning force microscopy|
|Number of samples:||8|
|Release date:||Mar 31 2014|
|Last update date:||Dec 17 2014|
|Dataset link||Targeted changes of cell wall proteome influence Candida albicans ability to form single- and multi-strain biofilms.|
A total of 8 samples are included in this study. For fitness profiling of planktonic cells, 2 biological replicates were analyzed (samples Pool_Fitness_planktonic_rep1 and Pool_Fitness_planktonic_rep2). For quantification of strain abundance during biofilm formation, 6 biological replicates were analyzed (Pool_Biofilm_rep1, Pool_Biofilm_rep2, Pool_Biofilm_rep3, Pool_Biofilm_rep4, Pool_Biofilm_rep5, Pool_Biofilm_rep6). Genomic DNA was purified and used as template to PCR-amplify barcodes, which were then used as probes for microarray hybridization. This experiment was done twice independently. For quantification of strain abundance during multi-strain biofilm formation, strain pools were grown in minimal GHAUM medium with or without doxycycline, each inoculum was then diluted to an OD600 of 1 in fresh minimal GHAUM medium with or without doxycycline and left at room temperature for 30 min, to allow further overexpression. Plastic slides (Thermanox™; Nunc) were immersed in the inoculum for 30 min at room temperature to allow adhesion of cells to the plastic substrate. The plastic slides were then transferred to the glass vessel of a 40-mL incubation chamber. This vessel has two glass tubes inserted to drive the entry of medium and air, while used medium is evacuated through a third tube. The flow of medium is controlled by a recirculation pump (Ismatec®) set at 0.6 mL.min-1 and pushed by pressured air supplied at 105 Pa, conditions minimizing planktonic phase growth and promoting biofilm formation. The chambers with the plastic substrate were incubated at 37C and biofilms were grown for 40h followed by genomic DNA extraction, barcode amplification and differential labeling (dox-treated samples with Cy5, untreated samples with Cy3) and hybridization to barcode microarrays.
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