Nanopore Technology for Biomedical Applications

@inproceedings{Desai1999NanoporeTF,
  title={Nanopore Technology for Biomedical Applications},
  author={Tejal A. Desai and Derek Hansford and Lawrence Kulinsky and Amir H. Nashat and Guido Rasi and Jay Tu and Yuchun Wang and Miqin Zhang and Mauro Ferrari},
  year={1999}
}
The ability to create well-de®ned and controlled interfaces has been an area of great interest over the last few years, particularly in the biomedical arena. This paper will describe the development of technology for the fabrication of nanopore membranes, and their operation in biological environments. With monodisperse pores sizes as small as 10 nanometers, these membranes offer advantages in their reproducibility, and their ability to be integrated with controlled biochemical surface modi… CONTINUE READING
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