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  • n. A nanoscale channel

Etymologies

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nano- +‎ channel

Examples

  • Because the waveguide is also a "nanochannel" it can both trap and transport objects using light.

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  • Securities and Exchange Commission TNS signs revenue sharing agreement to launch dietary supplement products in USA BioNanomatrix awarded patent covering nanochannel arrays for high-throughput macromolecular analysis Updated Support Partners Program helps people with depression to build support group Optometrists and dietitians are important part of health care team

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  • BioNanomatrix awarded patent covering nanochannel arrays for high-throughput macromolecular analysis >

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  • Also disclosed are methods of preparing nanochannel array chips, methods of analyzing macromolecules such as entire strands of genomic DNA, and systems for implementing these methods.

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  • BioNanomatrix awarded patent covering nanochannel arrays for high-throughput macromolecular analysis

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  • Also disclosed are methods of preparing nanochannel array chips, methods of analyzing macromolecules such as entire strands of genomic

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  • TNS signs revenue sharing agreement to launch dietary supplement products in USA BioNanomatrix awarded patent covering nanochannel arrays for high-throughput macromolecular analysis Updated Support Partners Program helps people with depression to build support group Optometrists and dietitians are important part of health care team Loss of physical, psychological function after traumatic brain injury not related to injuries in brain structures BIO pleased with Court's dismissal of claims over patenting gene-based inventions

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  • BioNanomatrix, Inc., a developer of breakthrough single-molecule genomic analysis technology, today announced the issuance of U.S. patent 7,670,770 for nanochannel arrays that enable high-throughput macromolecular analysis.

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  • Strano and his co-authors-recent PhD recipient Chang Young Lee, graduate student Wonjoon Choi and postdoctoral associate Jae-Hee Han-built their new nanochannel by growing a nanotube across a one-centimeter-by-one-centimeter plate, connecting two water reservoirs.

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  • Protons flow easily through the nanochannel because they are so small, but the researchers observed that other positively charged ions, such as sodium, can also get through but only if enough electric field is applied.

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