A team led by Arizona State University researcher Stuart Lindsay has applied recognition tunneling technology to the identification of amino acids and peptides.

The approach, which Lindsay and his colleagues have previously applied to DNA sequencing, could enable single-molecule detection of proteins at picomolar and possibly femtomolar concentrations, he told ProteoMonitor.

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