DNA translocation in inorganic nanotubes.

@article{Fan2005DNATI,
  title={DNA translocation in inorganic nanotubes.},
  author={Rong H Fan and Rohit Karnik and Min Min Yue and Deyu Li and Arun Majumdar and Peidong Yang},
  journal={Nano letters},
  year={2005},
  volume={5 9},
  pages={1633-7}
}
Inorganic nanotubes were successfully integrated with microfluidic systems to create nanofluidic devices for single DNA molecule sensing. Inorganic nanotubes are unique in their high aspect ratio and exhibit translocation characteristics in which the DNA is fully stretched. Transient changes of ionic current indicate DNA translocation events. A transition from current decrease to current enhancement during translocation was observed on changing the buffer concentration, suggesting interplay… CONTINUE READING

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