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Volume 34 Issue 10, October 2016

A microfuidics array of connected suspended microchannel resonators separated by serpentine channels to measure cellular growth rate. The channels allow the cells time to grow as they flow through the cantilevers, before they are weighed with high precision. Cermak et al. use the approach to examine growth rate in bacteria, yeast and mammalian cells at the single-cell level (p 1052). Image credit: Selim Olcum & Nathan Cermak

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