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In normal circumstances these bacteria swim and this research showed that they retain this motility in surprisingly narrow channels. They swam just as actively as usual even in channels that only 30 % wider than their own diameter were . In even narrower submicron channels the bacteria stopped to swim and take an unexpected effect: the bacteria were able to make their way through ultra – narrow passages in another by of growing and dividing. The researchers found that. This kind coli bacteria could be through narrow slits only only squeeze half their own diameter in width Post-doctoral researcher, Jaan M nnik: ‘This has given us completely by surprise, the bacteria are completely flattened, you have all kinds of special shapes both in the channels and when they finally reached the other side What is truly remarkable, however, is that in the. Channels and therefore under extreme confinement, they continue to grow and divide at normal speeds. According to Prof.ently their shape is not a determining factor for these activities. ‘.

This research the potential to become a standard laboratory utility, must be in addition to the Petri dish, in the with a with cells, said George Whitesides, to Woodford L. And Ann A. Sheets of paper that University a professor at Harvard and a founding member of faculty member to the Wyss Institute. filter papers and other kinds of paper are readily accessible, and that technique is both very flexible they can do, and very convenient to use. The study, Paper – Available Three-Dimensional Cell Culture for Tissue – based bioassays will appear at of the 19th October 2009 issue of the Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences.