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Biomagnetism and Magnetotactic Bacteria: A Reprint from “Scientific Information Bulletin”
Aharon Gibor (au)
Bacteria that move in response to magnetic fields are promising organisms for studies on biomagnetic effects. In 1990, when this article was written, the “magnetotactic” bacteria were being investigated by several Japanese groups not only for their signal transduction properties but also for potential biotechnological applications. Biomagnetite particles, which are produced by the bacteria, are being studied as possible vehicles for localized drug applications. These very uniform micromagnetite particles are also used as carriers of enzymes for bioreactors and biosensor technologies. Illustrations.
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