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Generating Controlled, Dynamic Chemical Landscapes to Study Microbial Behavior
 

Generating Controlled, Dynamic Chemical Landscapes to Study Microbial Behavior

Article doi: 10.3791/60589
January 31st, 2020

Summary January 31st, 2020

A protocol for the generation of dynamic chemical landscapes by photolysis within microfluidic and millifluidic setups is presented. This methodology is suitable to study diverse biological processes, including the motile behavior, nutrient uptake, or adaptation to chemicals of microorganisms, both at the single cell and population level.

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