High-Speed "4D" Computational Microscopy of Bacterial Surface Motility.

@article{2017HighSpeedC,
  title={High-Speed "4D" Computational Microscopy of Bacterial Surface Motility.},
  author={},
  journal={ACS nano},
  year={2017},
  volume={11 9},
  pages={
          9340-9351
        }
}
Bacteria exhibit surface motility modes that play pivotal roles in early-stage biofilm community development, such as type IV pili-driven "twitching" motility and flagellum-driven "spinning" and "swarming" motility. Appendage-driven motility is controlled by molecular motors, and analysis of surface motility behavior is complicated by its inherently 3D nature, the speed of which is too fast for confocal microscopy to capture. Here, we combine electromagnetic field computation and statistical… CONTINUE READING
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