Quantitative-mass imaging measure fluctuations during bacterial growth with greater precision

Researchers used CellVista SLIM and new advanced microfluidics to reveal cell-to-cell variability in dry density and density fluctuations during bacterial growth. With greater precision and throughput, the results suggest a potential homeostasis mechanism and related effects on bacterial replication.
See the science: https://www.nature.com/articles/s42003-022-03348-2

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