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wrcr12732-sup-0002-fs01.tifTIFF image1258KFigure S1. Micromodel flow cell detail.
wrcr12732-sup-0003-fs02.tifTIFF image2007KFigure S2. Volume renderings of biofilm growth at two unique locations within the micromodel flow cell captured using synchrotron-based CMT.
wrcr12732-sup-0004-fs03.tifTIFF image998KFigure S3. Light microscopy image detailing the distribution and adherence of silver-coated hollow glass micro-spheres to the biofilm surface. The silver particles can be seen to adhere solely to the biofilm (a) as opposed to the PDMS column posts (b) indicating that spatial distribution of silver particles within the x-ray tomography data corresponds to the location of biofilm.
wrcr12732-sup-0005-t01.txtplain text document0KTab-delimited Table 1.
wrcr12732-sup-0006-ms01.mpgMPEG video20229KAnimation 1. Three-dimensional rendering of the preliminary investigation results. The data have been segmented to differentiate biofilm (green) from the glass beads (gold) within the sample column. Biofilm appears both as surface-associated cell clusters on the surface of glass beads as well as within the pore space bridging multiple glass beads.

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