Publication

Optomechanical detection of vibration modes of a single bacterium

Year2020
Authors   Eduardo Gil-Santos
  Jose Jaime Ruz Martinez
  Javier Tamayo
  Montserrat Calleja
  Oscar Malvar Vidal
  Priscila Monteiro Kosaka
  Sergio García López
Co-authorsEduardo Gil-Santos, Jose J Ruz, Oscar Malvar, Ivan Favero, Aristide Lemaître, Priscila M Kosaka, Sergio García-López, Montserrat Calleja, Javier Tamayo
PublisherNature
JournalNature Nanotechnology
Volume15
Page6
DOIhttps://doi.org/10.1038/s41565-020-0672-y
Research GroupsBionanomechanics

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