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Please write up using your own results (don’t worry if these were negative – you won’t lose marks for the lab experiment not working). But refer also to the expected results (where available), and the literature, when you write your discussion.
Things you could include in an excellent discussion:
Remember to include your section on teamwork. This is the only chance you have of demonstrating you meet Learning Outcome ‘S8. Work independently and as part of a team’. If you don’t meet this learning outcome, then you cannot pass this assessment element
The report must be in the format of a formal laboratory report. You should submit a maximum of 3 sides of A4 for the main body of your formal report. In addition to this, you must provide a reflective paragraph of no more than 350 words (see later guidance) plus references on additional page(s). The reflective paragraph and references do not count towards your 3 sides of A4 page limit. Pages of formal report text (excluding reflective paragraph and references) which exceed this 3 A4 page limit will not be marked. Font size should be 10-12 and this includes table and figure titles/legends.
Further guidance on the formal report will be given in the associated pre - lab seminar in weeks 18 (Group A and 20 (Group B). The seminar will be delivered in the lab, with slides posted to NOW for later reference.
During the bacterial pathogenicity labs you studied pili activity, toxin production, biofilm formation and antibiotic susceptibility. In your formal report you need to write about the biofilm formation and toxin production (haemolysis, lecithinase and DNAse) only. The report should include the following sections:
Aims/Introduction – maximum ½ side A4 to outline the aims of your lab work.
Results – presented in a compact and clear manner. For the biofilm formation you should analyse your bench’s data (96 well plate assay) making appropriate use of statistical tests to determine whether or not there were any statistically significant differences in biofilm forming ability between the bacterial species tested. For the toxin production you should report your own findings.
Discussion and conclusion – this is where it is expected you will critically evaluate your results, with reference to the publications you have used to explain your findings. You should include discussion of what your results mean, their wider implications (in a clinical context), and any limitations of your work.
In particular, you should discuss:
Reflective paragraph (mandatory)– This is a mandatory element of this assessment and is the only opportunity in this module to be assessed against Learning Outcome S8 – Work independently and as part of a team.
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