Modulation of current through a nanopore induced by a charged globule: implications for DNA-docking


The passage of DNA through a nanopore can be effectively decomposed into two distinct phases, docking and actual translocation. In experiments each phase is characterized by a distinct current signature which allows the discrimination of the two events. However, at low voltages a clear distinction of the two phases is lost. By using numerical simulations we… (More)
DOI: 10.1209/0295-5075/108/46002

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