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Micron-Scale Biological Devices

The advent of micro-fluidics has been a boon to research in biology and medicine. Already many such devices exist in the commercial domain reducing what were a plethora of flasks, transfer processes and reactions at the macroscopic scale (even with … Continue reading

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Bacterial cell division

The heat-stable protein HU was isolated first by Josette Rouviere-Yaniv and Gros in 1975 in a study where they systematically screened using an DNA-binding affinity-purification method for heat-stable proteins from E. coli cell extracts (1). This protein has been implicated … Continue reading

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