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High-throughput analysis of spatio-temporal dynamics in Dictyostelium

By Satoshi Sawai, Xiao-Juan Guan, Adam Kuspa and Edward C Cox

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A time-lapse based approach is presented that allows a rapid examination of the spatio-temporal dynamics of Dictyostelium cell populations, enabling users to search and retrieve movies on a gene-by-gene and phenotype-by-phenotype basis

Topics: Method
Publisher: BioMed Central
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