Subham Mridha

Subham Mridha
University of Zurich | UZH · Department of Quantitative Biomedicine

Doctor of Philosophy

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There has been great progress in understanding how bacterial groups coordinate social actions, such as biofilm formation and public-goods secretion. Less clear is whether the seemingly coordinated group-level responses actually mirror what individual cells do. Here, we use a microscopy approach to simultaneously quantify the investment of individua...
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A common way for bacteria to cooperate is via the secretion of beneficial public goods (proteases, siderophores, biosurfactants) that can be shared amongst individuals in a group. Bacteria often simultaneously deploy multiple public goods with complementary functions. This raises the question whether natural selection could favour division of labou...
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A common way for bacteria to cooperate is via the secretion of beneficial public goods (proteases, siderophores, biosurfactants) that can be shared among individuals in a group. Bacteria often simultaneously deploy multiple public goods with complementary functions. This raises the question whether natural selection could favour division of labour...
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There has been great progress in understanding how bacterial groups coordinate social actions, such as biofilm formation, swarming and public-goods secretion. Less clear, however, is whether the seemingly coordinated responses observed at the group level actually mirror what individual cells do. Here, we use a microscopy approach to simultaneously...

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I am planning to make some media for bacterial growth, I would like to know which type of water to use and why? What difference will it make if I used the other?

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