Modeling microbial chemotaxis in a diffusion gradient chamber.

@article{Widman1997ModelingMC,
  title={Modeling microbial chemotaxis in a diffusion gradient chamber.},
  author={Matt Widman and Darrel Emerson and Chien Ching Chiu and R. Mark Worden},
  journal={Biotechnology and bioengineering},
  year={1997},
  volume={55 1},
  pages={191-205}
}
The diffusion gradient chamber (DGC) has proven to be a useful experimental tool for studying population-level microbial growth and chemotaxis. A mathematical model capable of reproducing the population-level patterns formed as a result of cellular growth and chemotaxis in the DGC has been developed. The model consists of coupled partial differential balance equations for cells, chemoattractants, and a nutrient, which are solved simultaneously by the alternating direction implicit method… CONTINUE READING

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