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Reduced adhesion between cells and substrate confers selective advantage in bacterial colonies

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Reduced adhesion between cells and substrate confers selective advantage in bacterial colonies. / Watson, Craig; Hush, Paul; Williams, Joshua; Dawson, Angela; Ojkic, Nikola; Titmuss, Simon; Waclaw, Bartlomiej.

In: Europhysics Letters, 03.10.2018.

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Watson, C, Hush, P, Williams, J, Dawson, A, Ojkic, N, Titmuss, S & Waclaw, B 2018, 'Reduced adhesion between cells and substrate confers selective advantage in bacterial colonies', Europhysics Letters. https://doi.org/10.1209/0295-5075/123/68001

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Watson, C., Hush, P., Williams, J., Dawson, A., Ojkic, N., Titmuss, S., & Waclaw, B. (2018). Reduced adhesion between cells and substrate confers selective advantage in bacterial colonies. Europhysics Letters. https://doi.org/10.1209/0295-5075/123/68001

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Watson C, Hush P, Williams J, Dawson A, Ojkic N, Titmuss S et al. Reduced adhesion between cells and substrate confers selective advantage in bacterial colonies. Europhysics Letters. 2018 Oct 3. https://doi.org/10.1209/0295-5075/123/68001

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Watson, Craig ; Hush, Paul ; Williams, Joshua ; Dawson, Angela ; Ojkic, Nikola ; Titmuss, Simon ; Waclaw, Bartlomiej. / Reduced adhesion between cells and substrate confers selective advantage in bacterial colonies. In: Europhysics Letters. 2018.