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Evaluating Bacterial Biofilms With Confocal Imaging

Bacterial Biofilms With Confocal Imaging
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Bacterial biofilms are complex, adaptable multi-cellular architectures that play important roles in human and environmental health and disease. Confocal microscopy has long been a core pillar of biofilm research and model development, but these micro-environments can be difficult to study due to their complex, 3D nature.

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