A Novel Bioreaktor för High Density Odling av olika mikrobiella samhällen

1Civil, Architectural, and Environmental Engineering, Drexel University, 2Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, University of Pennsylvania
Published 12/25/2015
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Price, J. R., Shieh, W. K., Sales, C. M. A Novel Bioreactor for High Density Cultivation of Diverse Microbial Communities. J. Vis. Exp. (106), e53443, doi:10.3791/53443 (2015).

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Materials

Name Company Catalog Number Comments
Aeration stone Alita AS-3015C
Aerator Top Fin Air-1000
Ammonium chloride Sigma Aldrich A9434
Anion analysis column Shodex IC SI-52 4E
Beaker (600 ml) Corning Pyrex 1000-600 Used as mixing vessel (MV). Addition of hose barbs at the bottom and 500 ml levels. Outside diameter of hose barbs 3/8".
Calcium chloride Sigma Aldrich C5670
Cation analysis column Shodex IC YS-50
Cobalt chloride hexahydrate Sigma Aldrich C8661
Copper chloride Sigma Aldrich 222011
Ferric chloride Sigma Aldrich 157740
Filter (vacuum) Fisherbrand 09-719-2E 0.45 μm membrane filter, MCE, 47 mm diameter
Graduated cylinder (1,000 ml) Corning Pyrex 3025-1L Used as reactor vessel (R). Addition of hose barbs at bottom, 500 ml, and 1 L levels. Outside diameter of hose barbs 3/8".
HPLC/IC Shimadzu Prominence
Magnesium sulfate Sigma Aldrich M2643
Masterflex L/S variable speed drive Masterflex 07553-50 Drive for recycle and feed pumps (2 needed)
Nickel chloride hexahydrate Sigma Aldrich N6136
Potassium nitrate Sigma Aldrich P8291
(Monobasic) Potassium phosphate Sigma Aldrich P5655
Pump head Masterflex 07018-20 Recycle pump head
Pump head Masterflex 07013-20 Feed pump head
Pump tubing Masterflex 6404-18 Recycle pump tubing
Pump tubing Masterflex 6404-13 Feed pump tubing
Sodium bicarbonate Sigma Aldrich S5761
Zinc sulfate heptahydrate Sigma Aldrich Z0251

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