Micro-ear could help scientists analyze cellular activity

02/26/2010 | United Press International

U.K. scientists are developing a micro-ear that could help researchers examine the activities of microorganisms by listening to the vibration of small plastic beads jostling within cells. The device, for instance, could help scientists evaluate the effect of a drug on E. coli bacteria, the lead researcher said.

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