Volume of bacterium

Range ~8.4 µm^3
Organism Mycobacterium tuberculosis
Reference Signore A, D'Alessandria C, Lazzeri E, Dierckx R. Can we produce an image of bacteria using radiopharmaceuticals? European Journal of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging. 2008. Jun35(6):1051-5. p.1053 left column top paragraphPubMed ID18398606
Comments "Bacteria volume and mass are more difficult to calculate and vary according to shape and size of bacteria. For example, Staphylococcus aureus has an average volume of about 1.76µm^3 (0.5–1µm cell diameter) while Mycobacterium tuberculosis has a volume of about 8.4µm^3 (2–4µm in length and 0.2–0.5µm in width)." This volume corresponds to a length of 2-4µm and a width of 0.2-0.5µm. Better reference needed
Entered by Phil Mongiovi
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