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Growth and Multiplexed Analysis of Microorganisms on a Subdivided, Highly Porous, Inorganic Chip Manufactured from Anopore

By Colin J. Ingham, Maaike van den Ende, Dirk Pijnenburg, Peter C. Wever and Peter M. Schneeberger

Abstract

A highly porous inorganic material (Anopore) was shown to be an effective support for culturing and imaging a wide range of microorganisms. An inert barrier grid was printed on the rigid surface of Anopore to create a “living chip” of 336 miniaturized compartments (200/cm2) with broad applications in microbial culture

Topics: Methods
Publisher: American Society for Microbiology
OAI identifier: oai:pubmedcentral.nih.gov:1317464
Provided by: PubMed Central
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