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php12096-sup-0001-FigureS1.tifimage/tif3081KFigure S1. (a) Changes in solution turbidity measuring OD600 (red triangles), OD350 (green diamonds) and OD280 (blue squares) over UVR exposure time. Samples contained 0.25 mg mL−1 WT HγD-Crys in sample buffer. (b) Lag time to turbidity development versus concentrations of WT HγD-Crys observed via OD600 (red triangles), OD350 (green diamonds) and OD280 (blue squares). Turbidity data were fit to sigmoidal curves and the time to increase to 0.05 au above baseline OD at time 0 was calculated as the lag time.
php12096-sup-0002-FigureS2.tifimage/tif2246KFigure S2. Changes in solution turbidity measuring OD600 of samples at pH 4 (blue diamonds), pH 5 (red squares), pH 6 (green triangles), pH 7 (purple X's), pH 8 (turquoise hatches) and pH 8.8 (orange circles) over UVR exposure time. Samples contained 0.25 mg mL−1 WT HγD-Crys in sample buffer. Solutions at pH 4 and 5 were produced by adding concentrated HCl to sample buffer beforehand. Solutions pH's were determined using a Thermo Orion PerpHect LogR Meter (model 330) with 8156BNUWP probe.
php12096-sup-0003-FigureS3.tifimage/tif2004KFigure S3. Changes in solution turbidity of 0.25 mg mL−1 WT HγD-Crys samples, measuring OD600, of samples at 4°C (blue diamonds), 16°C (red squares), 25°C (green triangles) and 37°C (purple X's) over UVR exposure time.

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