In this paper we describe a methodology for the prediction, analysis and tests of consistency of single-cell growth and protein expression data from a few basic statistical principles. You can find it here.
We hope you like the paper, it is here. We had a great time working on it! Its amazing how quantitatively balanced growth and protein expression of microorganisms can be studied with simple shake flasks, a flow cytometer, some useful statistical tricks, and a titratable fluorescent reporter protein, which Niclas engineered all by himself.
Go and see it here, we hope you like it! We tried to give a fairly comprehensive overview of some of the mechanisms underlying phenotypic variation and diversification in populations of microorganisms and how phenotypic variation influences fitness.
On July 8th and 9th, de Waag will open its doors for the first Amsterdam Biohackathon, organised by digi.bio. We will get our hands on programmable microfluidic devices, digital biology, and artificial intelligence. Want to know more? Here is the official website.