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Table 1 Parameter estimates, coefficient of determination ( R 2 ) and average prediction error (APE) for Gompertz model used to describe M. hyopneumoniae strains J, 11 and 232 growths

From: Assessment of the in vitro growing dynamics and kinetics of the non-pathogenic J and pathogenic 11 and 232 Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae strains

Technique Strain A a B a C b μ c max G d R2 APEe
ATP luminometry J 1493.868 10.626 1.065ª 1.171ª 14.607ª 0.981 −5.118
11 1677.066 15.485 1.042b 1.121b 20.317b 0.983 5.423
232 1497.592 15.909 1.056ab 1.159ab 15.756ab 0.985 −3.054
CCU J 1.25E+10 1.47E+02 1.083 1.310 9.536 0.938 −34.413
11 9.58E+09 1.48E+03 1.055 1.205 13.788 0.897 −5.401
232 1.51E+10 5.79E+00 1.026 1.175 14.649 0.829 −70.113
Fluorimetry J 2.18E+08 1.54E+04 1.143ª 1.228ª 11.610ª 0.997 −4.773
11 2.54E+08 1.92E+03 1.079b 1.128b 19.256b 0.991 −2.233
232 1.69E+08 3.23E+04 1.115ab 1.160ab 15.585ab 0.991 −5.161
qPCR J 7.46E+08ab 2.67E+02ab 1.110ª 1.331ª 8.162ª 0.997 0.074
11 8.01E+08ª 2.27E+02ª 1.068b 1.185b 13.597b 0.986 −6.814
232 4.98E+08b 2.17E+04b 1.103ab 1.252ab 10.535ab 0.983 −12.984
  1. Different superscripts within a column and technique indicate significant differences between strains (p < 0.05).
  2. aPmol ATP, CCU or copies of M. hyopneumoniae per mL.
  3. bPmol ATP, CCU or copies of M. hyopneumoniae per mL per hour per unit of maximal titre (parameter A).
  4. cPmol ATP, CCU or copies of M. hyopneumoniae per mL per hour.
  5. dTime (hours).
  6. ePercentage (%).