Image of the Day: Psychedelic Bacteria

A biofilm of Bacillus subtilis, with lineages of bacteria stained using different fluorescent proteins to track their growth.

By | March 12, 2013

Fernan Federici, Tim Rudge, Paul Steiner, Anton Kan and Jim Haseloff, University of Cambridge

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