Data underlying the publication: Quantitative physiology and proteomic adaptations of Bifidobacterium breve NRBB57 at near-zero growth rates



This data set corresponds to the proteome of Bifidobacterium breve NRBB57 which was cultivated at different growth rates from high (0.4 h-1) to near-zero growth rates. The bacteria was cultivated in retentostat and chemostat systems in a media with lactose as energy source. For the proteome analysis, samples were taken from the steady states of 3 biological replicates of the chemostats (µ=0.4 h-1, µ=0.12 h-1, µ=0.05 h-1, µ=0.025 h-1) and from 3 biological replicates of the retentostats after 1, 2 and 3 weeks after connecting the filter.

Relative protein quantification was performed by Proteome Discoverer based on peptide intensity signals using default settings.
Date made available6 Feb 2023
PublisherWageningen University & Research


  • bifidobacterium breve NRBB57
  • metabolism
  • near-zero growth rates
  • proteomics approach
  • Retentostat

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