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Data and code related to "A microfluidic platform for in situ studies of bacteria electroporation", by Volkov et al.

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posted on 2024-06-20, 09:04 authored by Ivan VolkovIvan Volkov, Zahra Khaji, Magnus JohanssonMagnus Johansson, Maria TenjeMaria Tenje

This item contains microscopy data, analysis code and data for figures related to the publication: Volkov et al., "A microfluidic platform for in situ studies of bacteria electroporation".

The study presents a microfluidic platform capable of single-cell electroporation with in situ microscopy and demonstrates delivery of DNA into bacteria.

Data has been acquired at the Dept. Materials Science and Engineering and Dept. of Cell and Molecular Biology, Uppsala University.

A detailed list of files and file organization can be found in the readme text file.

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The physics of genetic information processing

Swedish Research Council

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Determinants for efficient synthesis, folding, and targeting of proteins in living cells

Swedish Research Council

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Single-molecule tracking for live-cell protein synthesis kinetics

European Research Council

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Swedish Research Council

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Uppsala University

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