Chemical Defense of Marine Organisms Against Biofouling Explored with a Bacterial Adhesion Bioassay View Full Text


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2010-09-25

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Mercedes Camps , Linda Dombrowsky , Yannick Viano , Yves Blache , Jean-François Briand

ABSTRACT

Marine biofouling is a complex process of colonization of submerged surfaces, whatever their natural or artificial nature. After a biochemical conditioning step, pioneer bacteria begin to settle on the surface to constitute a biofilm. Progressively, microalgae, especially diatoms, and fungi contribute to the biofilm expansion and increase the complexity in terms of structure as well as functions. The next important step will be characterized by the settlement of macroalgae and macroinvertebrates (e.g., mussels and barnacles). Nevertheless, some marine organisms are known as almost free of fouling. The main organisms of concern are macroalgae and invertebrates such as ascidians, gorgonians, corals, or sponges. One of the possible mechanisms responsible for this ability is the chemical defence via the production of secondary metabolites to limit the fouling process. In order to identify natural purified metabolites from algae possibly involved in such processes, and then, potentially used as a biocide in antifouling paint, bioassays were achieved. These bioassays are based on the initial step of biofouling. Some pioneer bacteria were used as target organisms. The inhibition of in vitro monospecific bacterial biofilm formation was evaluated in microplates through fluorescence detection. Several molecules including controls were tested simultaneously, which allowed us to verify the reliability of the assay. In addition, a small quantity of molecules is required and the detection is faster with a multiwell plate reader. More... »

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341-345

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Global Change: Mankind-Marine Environment Interactions

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978-90-481-8629-7
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