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Code and data for 'Individual bacterial cells can use spatial sensing of chemical gradients to direct chemotaxis on surfaces'

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posted on 2024-05-16, 08:03 authored by James WheelerJames Wheeler, Kevin Foster, William DurhamWilliam Durham

This repository contains code and data for our manuscript 'Wheeler JHR, Foster KR, Durham WM: Individual bacterial cells can use spatial sensing of chemical gradients to direct chemotaxis on surfaces. Nat. Micro 2024'. There is a 'Readme' document within the parent folder that details the entire contents of the repository and explains how our code and data were used to generate each of the figures in our manuscript. Please direct any queries to the corresponding authors.

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BB/J014427/1

Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council

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LT001181/2011L (Human Frontiers Science Program)

RGY0080/2021 (Human Frontiers Science Program)

Sheffield antimicrobial resistance network - SHAMROK

Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council

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How do bacteria sense and navigate chemical gradients within biofilms?

Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council

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The Evolution of Bacterial Warfare

European Research Council

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Understanding and engineering complex microbial communities

Wellcome Trust

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