Nanofluidics in hollow nanowires.

@article{Skld2006NanofluidicsIH,
  title={Nanofluidics in hollow nanowires.},
  author={Niklas Sk{\"o}ld and Waldemar H{\"a}llstr{\"o}m and Henrik Walld{\'e}n Persson and Lars Montelius and Martin Kanje and Lars Samuelson and Christelle N Prinz and Jonas O Tegenfeldt},
  journal={Nanotechnology},
  year={2006},
  volume={21 15},
  pages={
          155301
        }
}
We present a novel scheme for producing nanotube membranes using free-standing hollow nanowires, with easily controllable dimensions. GaAs-AlInP core-shell nanowires were grown by metal-organic vapor phase epitaxy and were partially embedded in a polymer film. The GaAs core and substrate were etched selectively, leaving tubes with open access to both sides of the membrane. Electrophoretic transport of T4-phage DNA through the hollow nanowires was demonstrated using epifluorescence microscopy. 
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