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Old 12-26-2008, 10:38 PM
Chris Baker
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You could do epifluorescence microscopy with BacLight Live/Dead stain.
This technique will allow you to differentiate between live and dead
bacteria. You need to have a fluorescent microscope and be able to
filter the solution through a blackened polycarbonate filter (0.2 um -
0.45 um pore size).

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