New publication from the Systems Biology Research Group

2024.06.11.

 

The Systems Biology Research Group of the Faculty has developed a new modeling and experimental framework for the quantitative study of yeast colony growth. By combining experiments and mathematical modeling, they discovered how factors such as the initial distribution of microbes, the moisture of the medium, and nutrient diffusion regulate colony growth. This new framework provides a more detailed insight into colony growth, which can enhance research on microbial community interactions and their adaptation to environmental changes. The team's novel approach can aid in the design and execution of more accurate and cost-effective high-throughput experiments.

 

Their results have been published in the prestigious international journal, Nature Communications Biology: https://www.nature.com/articles/s42003-024-06218-1

 

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