The Duke University School of Medicine has a strong tradition of genomic discoveries. The Precision Genomics Collaboratory brings together all of the units in Duke focused on genomics research to create a multi-disciplinary community able to tackle challenges in the ever-evolving genomics landscape.
Tracking defined microbial communities by multicolor flow cytometry reveals tradeoffs between productivity and diversity
Lawrence David and team developed an application of multicolor flow cytometry capable of distinguishing multiple, closely-related gut microbe in high-throughput fashion to all more robust, bottom-up ecological modeling.
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