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Modelling and analysis of bacterial tracks suggest an active reorientation mechanism in Rhodobacter sphaeroides

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Jan 21, 2014

Gabriel RosserAlexander George Fletcher

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Most free-swimming bacteria move in approximately straight lines, interspersed with random reorientation phases. A key open question concerns varying mechanisms by which reorientation occurs. We combine mathematical modelling with analysis of a large tracking dataset to study the poorly...read more

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Motility
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Diffusion Weighted Imaging
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Rotational Test
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  • Modelling and analysis of bacterial tracks suggest an active reorientation mechanism in Rhodobacter sphaeroides

    bioRxiv

    Jan 21, 2014

    Gabriel RosserAlexander George Fletcher

    PMID: 990001917

    DOI: 10.1101/001917

    Abstract

    Most free-swimming bacteria move in approximately straight lines, interspersed with random reorientation phases. A key open question concerns varying mechanisms by which reorientation occurs. We combine mathematical modelling with analysis of a large tracking dataset to study the poorly...read more

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    Draba sphaeroides
    Motility
    Species
    Mutant
    Simulation
    4
    2

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