Nanopores in solid-state membranes engineered for single molecule detection

  • Dimitrov V
  • Mirsaidov U
  • Wang D
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A nanopore is an analytical tool with single molecule sensitivity. For detection, a nanopore relies on the electrical signal that develops when a molecule translocates through it. However, the detection sensitivity can be adversely affected by noise and the frequency response. Here, we report measurements of the frequency and noise performance of nanopores

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  • V Dimitrov

  • U Mirsaidov

  • D Wang

  • T Sorsch

  • W Mansfield

  • J Miner

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