jam12299-sup-0001-FigS1.tifimage/tif67KFigure S1 Oil displacement of surfactin. Surfactin from Bacillus subtilis (Sigma) was used to generate a dose-response relationship of the oil-clearance ability of surfactin.
jam12299-sup-0002-FigS2.tifimage/tif738KFigure S2 Comparison of log10 concentrations (μg ml1) of lichenysin of three independently prepared methanol extracts. The height of the bars represents the total quantities (μg ml1) of lichenysin [sum of mol.mass (Da) 993.3, 1007.3, 1021.3 and 1035.4]. The blue, red and green bars represent each replicate. For two of the strains (F231 and CCUG26008) quantification was only determined in two of the three replicates. For six of the strains (S170, ATCC14580, S172, 749 and LMG7659) green bars are missing because the amounts of lichenysin were below the quantification limit (LOQ). Quantification of lichenysin was performed by LC-MS/MS as described in materials and methods.

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