How to Track Bacteria

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Title: How to Track Bacteria
Author: Berg, Howard Curtis
Citation: Berg, Howard C. 1971. “How to Track Bacteria.” Review of Scientific Instruments 42 (6): 868.
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Abstract: A microscope is described which automatically remains focused on individual motile bacteria. The container in which the bacteria are suspended is moved in such a way that the position of a given organism remains fixed; x, y, and z drive signals provide a measure of its displacement relative to the suspension medium. Records are shown of the motion of Escherischia coli.
Published Version: doi:10.1063/1.1685246
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