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(Previous studies used swarming assays to measure chemotactic response, here Park et al use a capillary assay which has numerous advantages)
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Revision as of 17:26, 19 October 2011

Bryan's research background includes studying the mechanical properties of bone, applied electrophysiology, and medical device design.

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Fine-tuning of chemotactic response in E. coli determined by high-throughput capillary assay.

Florescence Lifetime Imagining (FLIM)

FRET and FCS Imaging Techniques