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Silver Nanoparticle Synthesis Using Monosaccharides and Their Growth Inhibitory Activity against Gram-Negative and Positive Bacteria

Figure 2

(a) Growth curves of E. coli in LB medium inoculated with 107 CFU of bacteria in presence of different concentrations of Amp: (♦) 0  g/mL, (■) 50  g/mL, (▲) 75  g/mL, (×) 100  g/mL, and ( ) 200  g/mL. (b) Growth curves of E. coli in LB medium inoculated with 107 CFU of bacteria in presence of different concentrations of Ag NPs synthesized using glucose: (■) 0  g/mL, (▲) 5  g/mL, (×) 10  g/mL, (♦) 15  g/mL, and ( ) 20  g/mL. (c) Growth curves of E. coli in LB medium inoculated with three different populations of bacteria and two different concentrations of silver nanoparticles: (♦) 0  g/mL Ag NPs at 0.070 × 107/mL CFU, (■) 20  g/mL Ag NPs at 0.070 × 107/mL CFU, (▲) 0  g/mL at 0.130 × 107/mL CFU, (×) 20  g/mL at 0.130 × 107/mL CFU, ( ) 0  g/mL at 0.262 × 107/mL CFU, and (●) 20  g/mL at 0.262 × 107/mL CFU. (d) Growth curves of E. coli in LB inoculated with 107 CFU of bacteria in the presence of silver nanoparticles of different size at concentration of 20  g/mL: (♦) no treatment, (■) treated with Ag NPs synthesized glucose as reductant, and (▲) treated with Ag NPs synthesized ribose as reductant.
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