Chemosensing in microorganisms to practical biosensors

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Ghosh, Surya K. ; Kundu, Tapanendu ; Sain, Anirban (2012)

Microorganisms like bacteria can sense concentration of chemo-attractants in its medium very accurately. They achieve this through interaction between the receptors on their cell surface and the chemo-attractant molecules (like sugar). But the physical processes like di... View more
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