Solid-state Nanopores Can Detect Double-stranded Regions in Single-stranded DNA, Brown Team Shows

According to Sean Ling, a professor of physics at Brown, the aim is to use nanopores to detect the location of known hybridization probes on DNA, and to reconstruct the DNA sequence from the results, rather than resolving individual DNA bases translocating through the pore.

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