Krasnopeeva, Ekaterina; Pilizota, Teuta. (2019). Single-cell bacterial electrophysiology reveals mechanisms of stress induced damage - Light, [dataset]. University of Edinburgh. Centre for Synthetic and Systems Biology. https://doi.org/10.7488/ds/2383.
Dataset supporting figure 4 of the paper "Single-cell bacterial electrophysiology reveals mechanisms of stress induced damage" (Krasnopeeva et al, 2018). The archive contains folders named "MM9" and "PBS" denoting the medium used for the experiment. Each of the two contains folder named according to the effective power applied to the cells. Each text file corresponds to a single cell and contains (x,y) voltages recieved from the position sensitive detector at 10 kHz frequency. Photodamage experiments are performed as follows: using the flow-cell MM9 or PBS is constantly supplied at 10 ul/min rate with a syringe pump. Cells are sequentially exposed to the light of 395~nm and 475~nm wavelength. Speed recording starts simultaneously with the light exposure.
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