Swati Krishnan

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Single molecule studies using nanopores have gained attention due to the ability to sense single molecules in aqueous solution without the need to label them. In this study, short DNA molecules and proteins were detected with glass nanopores, whose sensitivity was enhanced by electron reshaping which decreased the nanopore diameter and created geometries(More)
DNA-based nanopores are synthetic biomolecular membrane pores, whose geometry and chemical functionality can be tuned using the tools of DNA nanotechnology, making them promising molecular devices for applications in single-molecule biosensing and synthetic biology. Here we introduce a large DNA membrane channel with an ≈4 nm diameter pore, which has stable(More)
This paper explores the various audio processing and matching methodologies available to extrapolate an algorithm which can be applied in real-time for effective audio extraction from audiovisual files and then searching for certain user defined audio patterns in said media file. With the exponential rise in multimedia content, the need to search and find(More)
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