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Single-Cell Microfluidic Imaging Used to Determine Antibiotic Resistance

05:07 EDT 9 Aug 2017 | Genetic Engineering News

Klebsiella pneumoniae growing in the microfluidic chip imaged in phase contrast. The bacteria are 0.003mm long and divide every 30 min. [Özden Baltekina, et al]

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