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'''Publication''': Fologea et al. Detecting single stranded DNA with a solid state nanopore. Nano letters (2005) vol. 5 (10) pp. 1905-1909
 
'''Publication''': Fologea et al. Detecting single stranded DNA with a solid state nanopore. Nano letters (2005) vol. 5 (10) pp. 1905-1909
 
==Summary==
 
==Summary==
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The point of this paper was to detail the behavior of DNA as it passes through a synthetic silicon nitride nanopore. Two reservoirs containing an aqueous ionic glycerol solution were connected by a pore with a 4 nm diameter. An electrode was placed in each reservoir and a constant bias voltage was applied across the nanopore.
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[[Image:jg49fig1.png|thumb|350px| Figure 1, taken from [1] (Fig 1 a & b).]]
 
[[Image:jg49fig1.png|thumb|350px| Figure 1, taken from [1] (Fig 1 a & b).]]

Revision as of 02:06, 16 September 2011

Original Entry: Peter Foster, AP 225, Fall 2011

General Information

Authors: Daniel Fologea, Marc Gershow, Bradley Ledden, David S. McNabb, Jene A. Golovchenko, & Jiali Li

Publication: Fologea et al. Detecting single stranded DNA with a solid state nanopore. Nano letters (2005) vol. 5 (10) pp. 1905-1909

Summary

The point of this paper was to detail the behavior of DNA as it passes through a synthetic silicon nitride nanopore. Two reservoirs containing an aqueous ionic glycerol solution were connected by a pore with a 4 nm diameter. An electrode was placed in each reservoir and a constant bias voltage was applied across the nanopore.


Figure 1, taken from [1] (Fig 1 a & b).




Figure 2, taken from [1] (Fig 2).


Discussion

References

[1] Fologea et al. Detecting single stranded DNA with a solid state nanopore. Nano letters (2005) vol. 5 (10) pp. 1905-1909