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Research Article

Repurposing Napabucasin as an Antimicrobial Agent against Oral Streptococcal Biofilms

Figure 3

Effects of NAP on the composition shift of multispecies biofilms. (a) Representative fluorescent in situ hybridization (FISH) images of multispecies biofilms treated with NAP, CHX, and phosphate-buffered saline (PBS). S. mutans (S. m, green), S. gordonii (S. g, blue), and S. sanguinis (S. s, red) were labeled with species-specific FISH probes. Images were captured with a fluorescence microscope at 60x magnification. (b) The ratio of S. mutans, S. gordonii, and S. sanguinis in multispecies biofilms quantified by qPCR. .
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