Argonne researchers develop new chip design for analyzing plant-microbe interactions

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Scientists discovered a way to gain new insights about how plant roots interact with soil microbes in mutually beneficial ways using a newly designed microfluidic device. 

Associated journal article: Noirot-Gros, et al (2020). “Functional Imaging of Microbial Interactions With Tree Roots Using a Microfluidics Setup.” Frontiers in Plant Science 15 April. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpls.2020.00408

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