ThePersister
Agent  Agent sqrt(1) 

ID  i 
Best Fit  quaternion 
kvalue optimized parameter  k=1;j=2;i=3;w=4 
T90  6 hrs 
Matrix  river 
Strain  ijk 
Temperature (Celsius)  3°C 276.15 K
37.4 °F 497.07 °R 
Number of timepoints  34 
Measurement Units  radians 
Other Factors 
Model  45 

Equation  Ln (Nt/N0) = kt 
CurveProperties  Linear, negative slope 
Persistence Models  ThePersister 

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model  45 

persistence equation  f(x) = exp(x^{2}) 
curve properties  exponential 
AggregationList  ThePersister 
Specie  ThePersister 

Fomite Used  expose log
phase cultures of E. coli to ampicillin till lysis (about 3 h) and collect the surviving cells (persisters) by centrifugation. 
Time (days)  
CFU Counts  x 
CFU Counts  xh 
Recovery Method  
RH (%)  20% 
Recovery (%)  0.01 
Temp (C)  16 
Storage  Filter 
Extraction  EPADNA 
Media Used  fomites 

Species Used  ImaginaryCreature 
Time  3 months 
Temperature (in Celsius)  20 
No. of Data Points  1000 
Relative Humidity (%)  20 
Best Fit Model  exponential 
Intro

The Persister
Persisters are the population of antibiotic sensitive bacteria whose resilience is not accredited to mutation inheritance. Persisters account for approximately 1E6 % of the bacteria population, or about 1 in a million, making them a difficult specimen to isolate and consequently a difficult subject of research. [1]
This is ThePersister.
[1] "Bacterial persistence: some new insights into an old phenomenon" Jayaraman, R. Journal of Biosciences33.5 (Dec 2008): 795805.
Model  Equation  

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MyCreature, ThePersister
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