Probing Single DNA Molecule Transport Using Fabricated Nanopores

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Probing Single DNA Molecule Transport Using Fabricated Nanopores

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Title: Probing Single DNA Molecule Transport Using Fabricated Nanopores
Author: Kim, Young-Rok; Branton, Daniel; Wang, Qiaoqiao; Brandin, Eric; Gu, Jiajun; Chen, Peng

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Citation: Chen, Peng, Jiajun Gu, Eric Brandin, Young-Rok Kim, Qiao Wang, and Daniel Branton. 2004. Probing single DNA molecule transport using fabricated nanopores. Nano Letters 4(11): 2293-2298.
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Abstract: Nanopores can serve as high throughput, single-molecule sensing devices that provide insight into the distribution of static and dynamic molecular activities, properties, or interactions. We have studied double stranded DNA electrophoretic transport dynamics through fabricated nanopores in silicon nitride. A fabricated pore enables us to interrogate a broader range of molecules with a wider range of conditions than can be investigated in a self-assembled protein pore in a lipid membrane.
Published Version: http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/nl048654j
Other Sources: http://www.mcb.harvard.edu/branton/ChenEtAl02.2004.pdf
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