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lambda DNA through a plasmonic nanopore What can be detected by means of Surface Enhanced Raman Scattering?

@inproceedings{Hubarevich2020lambdaDT,
  title={lambda DNA through a plasmonic nanopore What can be detected by means of Surface Enhanced Raman Scattering?},
  author={Aliaksandr Hubarevich and Jian‐An Huang and Giorgia Giovannini and Andrea Schirato and Yingqi Zhao and N. Maccaferri and Francesco de Angelis and Alessandro Alabastri and Denis Garoli},
  year={2020}
}
Engineered electromagnetic fields in plasmonic nanopores enable enhanced optical detection and their use in single molecule sequencing. Here, a plasmonic nanopore prepared in a thick nanoporous film is used to investigate the interaction between the metal and a long-chain double strand DNA molecule. We discuss how the matrix of nanoporous metal can interact with the molecule thanks to: i) transient aspecific interactions between the porous surface and DNA and ii) optical forces exerted by the… 
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