Micromachines, Volume 9, Issue 2 (February 2018) – 51 articles
Cover Story (view full-size image): Five-hundred million years of evolution have allowed the trypanosome, a blood-dwelling and tissue-infesting parasite, to adapt to a wide range of diverse hosts, including humans. The unicellular, flagellate microswimmer has the ability to move and survive in many microenvironments of the body. The variable trypanosome morphotypes and their swimming capabilities, which have been detailed in recent years, might be exemplary for engineering propulsion strategies and the design of medical micromachines. View this paper
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