Flower-shaped Micromotors Driven by Gliding Bacteria


A flower-shaped micromotor driven by gliding bacteria named Mycoplasma mobile (M. mobile) has been developed by using two-photon microfabrication. This micromotor is autonomously rotated by the collisions of M. mobiles gliding randomly on a substrate. The flower-shaped rotor is derived from the unique motility of M. mobile. We examined the motility… (More)


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@inproceedings{Sawada2011FlowershapedMD, title={Flower-shaped Micromotors Driven by Gliding Bacteria}, author={T. Sawada and Yojiro Hiratsuka and Mikiji Miyata and Shoji Maruo}, year={2011} }