Event Title

The search for a bacterial candidate

Location

CoLab

Start Date

3-5-2019 9:00 AM

End Date

3-5-2019 10:15 AM

Document Type

Poster

Description

Antibiotic resistance was accounted for to happen when medication loses its capacity to hinder bacterial development viably. Microorganisms become 'resistant' and keep on duplicating within the sight of restorative dimensions of the antibiotics. This primary experiment done was by harvesting the bacteria for potential candidates to find a new antibiotic medication. . There were two different soil samples that were obtained and used for this bacterial experiment of finding potential bacterial candidates. There was the JCCC Com Soil and M.Beaty Olathe Backyard soil. The JCCC Com Soil produced one potential candidate and the M.Beaty Olathe backyard soil produced seven potential candidates for the master plate that was created. The eight potential candidates were then tested against the ESKAPE relatives and none of the potential candidates showed signs of inhibition. Since the experiment was unsuccessful, I will be identifying a different candidate that does show signs of activity and inhibition against the ESKAPE relative pathogens.

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The search for a bacterial candidate

CoLab

Antibiotic resistance was accounted for to happen when medication loses its capacity to hinder bacterial development viably. Microorganisms become 'resistant' and keep on duplicating within the sight of restorative dimensions of the antibiotics. This primary experiment done was by harvesting the bacteria for potential candidates to find a new antibiotic medication. . There were two different soil samples that were obtained and used for this bacterial experiment of finding potential bacterial candidates. There was the JCCC Com Soil and M.Beaty Olathe Backyard soil. The JCCC Com Soil produced one potential candidate and the M.Beaty Olathe backyard soil produced seven potential candidates for the master plate that was created. The eight potential candidates were then tested against the ESKAPE relatives and none of the potential candidates showed signs of inhibition. Since the experiment was unsuccessful, I will be identifying a different candidate that does show signs of activity and inhibition against the ESKAPE relative pathogens.