Hang Lu C. elegans chip

Hang Lu C. elegans chip

Engineering Professor Hang Lu holds up a chip used to immobilize C. elegans roundworms for photographing by a microscope optic connected to a computer. The chip then sorts the worms into one of two channels for either mutants or non-mutants, a status an algorythm determines based on subtle phenotypical differences it recognizes in the microscope photo. Credit: Georgia Tech / Rob Felt

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Phenotyping, genotype, dna, protein, C. elegans, computational genetics
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  • Created On: Nov 23, 2016 - 9:55am
  • Last Updated: Nov 23, 2016 - 10:11am