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    So i'm in my final year of college and for my final project i have do examine the effects of LAB strains on gastrointestinal pathogens such as e.coli and salmonella.
    it has to be carried out over 14 days over 7 weeks. my question is, how many days should i leave for contingency, should anything go wrong or have to be repeated? and what could possibly go wrong with an experiment like this?

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    I can't comment on the specifics, but I would think four days for contingency would be sensible. I would also have in place a contingency should you not need to contingency. In other words, something further that you can do if the primary goals are achieved in 10 days.

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