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High-Throughput Design of Microfluidics Based on Directed Bacterial Motility

Real-time DIC video showing rapid orbital revolution
(~3.0 Hz) of a microsphere driven by E. coli (RP9535) in a hybrid structure.

Jason Shear and Bryan Kaehr “High-Throughput Design of Microfluidics Based on Directed Bacterial Motility”
Read the article at: http://xlink.rsc.org/?doi=b908119d

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  1. utexasCNS says:

    Way cool.
    Way cool.

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