Description:  This graphic shows a biochip sensor that uses bacteria that are genetically engineered to produce an electrically-detectable series of chemical reactions when they are exposed to contaminated water.
Source:  Tel Aviv University
Story:  Bacteria drive biochip sensor
TRN July 27/August 3, 2005
TRN Categories:  Microfluidics and BioMEMS; Biotechnology
Form:  Still

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