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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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Bryan's research background includes studying the mechanical properties of bone, applied electrophysiology, and medical device design.
 
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.]]
 
[[Fine-tuning of chemotactic response in E. coli determined by high-throughput capillary assay.]]
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[[Florescence Lifetime Imagining Microscopy (FLIM)]]
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[[FRET and FCS Imaging Techniques]]
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[[Nonequilibrium Fluctuations in Metaphase Spindles: Polarized Light Microscopy, Image Registration, and Correlation Functions]]
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[[Mitosis: Taking the Measure of the Spindle Length]]
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[[Modified Dielectrophoresis: Motion of objects in AC fields from FIXED dipole moments]]
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== Final Derivaion ==
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[[Laplace Pressure Derivation]]

Latest revision as of 06:34, 5 December 2011

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


Wiki entries:

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

Florescence Lifetime Imagining Microscopy (FLIM)

FRET and FCS Imaging Techniques

Nonequilibrium Fluctuations in Metaphase Spindles: Polarized Light Microscopy, Image Registration, and Correlation Functions

Mitosis: Taking the Measure of the Spindle Length

Modified Dielectrophoresis: Motion of objects in AC fields from FIXED dipole moments


Final Derivaion

Laplace Pressure Derivation