Oak Ridge National Lab’s Predrag Krstic on Exploring Nano-Ion Traps for DNA Sequencing

Last month, Predrag Krstic from Oak Ridge National Laboratory won a two-year, $720,000 grant under the National Human Genome Research Institute’s Advanced Sequencing Technology program. He and his collaborator Mark Reed at Yale University will explore the fabrication and use of a nanoscale ion trap for DNA sequencing. In Sequence spoke with Krstic last week to find out about his research plans.

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