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In PLOS Computational Biology this week, a Technion–IIT-led team describes a means of single protein identification involving tri-color fluorescence and plasmonic-nanopore devices. They first simulated the movement of fluorescently tagged proteins through nanopores to find that the resulting optical traces could be run through pattern recognition algorithms to identify most of the proteins in the human proteome.

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