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This is a collaborative project between Isaac Nuñez; Tamara Matute; Roberto Herrera; Juan Keymer; Tim Marzullo; Tim Rudge and Fernán Federici. We are developing open source hardware, software and wetware for low-cost and DIY fluorescent imaging of multiple signals. Here you will find all the data associated to this project, including DNA sequences and images. For more information, please see: - **Article** in [PLoS][1] and preprint in [Biorxiv][2] - **Step-by-step hardware documentation** & assembly instructions at our [Docubricks project site][3] - **Code** at our [GitHUB repo][4] - **Protocols** at [][5] - **Updates and FAQs** at [GoogleDoc][6] ![enter image description here][7] ![Bacteria][8] This project has been kindly funded by OpenPlant Fund and Fondecyt 1150430, 11161046 and 11140776 [Rudge Lab][9] [Keymer Lab][10] [Federici Lab][11] [Backyard Brains][12] _________ **NEWS** Our FluoPi imaging station won the PLOS Channels Anniversary *"[Open Source Toolkit Channel][13] Prize 2018"* [Here][14] you can read the interview on PLoS Research News where Tamara and Isaac speak about the project. [1]: [2]: [3]: [4]: [5]: [6]: [7]: [8]: [9]: [10]: [11]: [12]: [13]: [14]:
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