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Surprise finding points to DNA's role in shaping cells

12-Feb-2018

As a basic unit of life, the cell is one of the most carefully studied components of all living organisms. Yet details on basic processes such as how cells are shaped have remained a mystery. Working at the intersection of biology and physics, scientists at the University of California San Diego ...

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Bacteria harness the lotus effect to protect themselves

Biofilms: Researchers find the causes of water-repelling properties

19-May-2017

Dental plaque and the viscous brown slime in drainpipes are two familiar examples of bacterial biofilms. Removing such bacterial depositions from surfaces is often very difficult, in part because they are extremely water-repellent. A team of scientists from the Technical University of Munich ...

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New approach doubles 3-D resolution of fluorescence microscopy

16-Aug-2016

Researchers have developed a new fluorescence microscopy approach that significantly improves image resolution by acquiring three views of a sample at the same time. Their new method is particularly useful for watching the dynamics of biological processes, which can provide insights into how ...

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Water-resistant thanks to a biofilm

Mortar with an added bacterial film is highly resistant to water uptake

27-Jul-2016

Moisture can destroy mortar over time – for example when cracks form as a result of frost. A team of scientists at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) has found an unusual way to protect mortar from moisture: When the material is being mixed, they add a biofilm – a soft, moist substance ...

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