“A young scientist named James Clarke was putting the finishing touches on an important paper describing this impressive base discrimination, but had just realized that the working title somehow omitted the word nanopore.”
“Graphic showing a lipid bilayer membrane (blue) with an alpha-hemolysin nanopore.”
“Charged molecules (such as single-stranded DNA) are forced one-at-a-time into the nanopore, which is only 1.5 nanometers (the diameter of a human hair is about 10,000 nanometers) at its smallest point, by an applied electric current.”
“The researches drilled an extremely small hole, called a nanopore, through the membrane to show that the effective insulating thickness is less than one nanometer.”
“By drilling a tiny pore just a few-nanometers in diameter, called a nanopore, in the graphene membrane, they were able to measure exchange of ions through the pore and demonstrated that a long DNA molecule can be pulled through the graphene nanopore just as a thread is pulled through the eye of a needle.”
“The scientists are designing a "DNA Transistor" which is created by using an electron beam to make a nanometer-sized opening in a microchip, called a nanopore, to read DNA Molecules.”
“A "nanopore" is a hole as small as 1 nanometer across! tobiasbuckell:”
“DNA through a small hole, or "nanopore," in a membrane.”
“Through computer modeling, they discovered that when the Aß and a-syn interacted they formed a new hybrid protein with a small hole called a "nanopore" that alters neuronal activity.”
“Transistor "which is created by using an electron beam to make a nanometer-sized opening in a microchip, called a nanopore, to read DNA Molecules.”
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