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The CIRM-BP is listening to your needs

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Diversity of the strains supplied from the collection
User-friendliness of the online catalog
Advice on the choice of strains
Abundant information on the strain
Promptness/ease of administrative formalities
Price of strains
Delivery time
Advice on culture conditions
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Identification of bacterial strains (phenotypic, molecular, MALDI-TOF profiles)
Characterization by mass spectrometry, of groups of bacterial strains after isolation of each strain (Grouping of strains by similarity of mass profiles and identification of species already present in the database)
Generation of reference mass spectra, in order to increase your identification databases (Bruker mass spectrometer)
Phenotypic characterization (determination of growth parameters in liquid medium under various conditions (Bioscreen C, Biolog system ...) Please specify in the comments 10
Molecular characterization (repertoire of virulence genes, MLST typing, MLVA, ...) Please specify in comments 10
Preservation of strains to make them available to scientific community
Preservation of strain for your own use only (confidential deposit)
Access to collection of genomic DNA of pathogenic bacteria
Study of the activity of antibacterial molecules on a panel of adherent pathogenic bacteria (biofilm)
Determination of the antibioresistance profile of bacterial strains
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Conservation of microbial consortia
Culturomics of complex ecosystems coupled with identification of isolates by MALDI-TOF mass spectrometry
Characterization of the degree of virulence of the strains on a simple model (eg on entire organism such as insect larvae, zebrafish embryos...)
Other, thank you to precise in comments 12