Nonequilibrium separation of short DNA using nanoslit arrays.

Abstract

A nonequilibrium regime of size-based separation was observed experimentally for double-stranded deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) molecules with lengths below 1 kbp moving electrokinetically through nanofluidic nanoslit arrays. The breakdown of Ogston sieving was supplanted at higher electric fields to recover rapid separation with a reversed elution order and… (More)

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