Teams Measure DNA Pore Translocation with Graphene Nanoribbons, Improve Device Fabrication | GenomeWeb

Researchers at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne have shown proof of principle for detecting DNA going through a nanopore using graphene nanoribbon sensors rather than ionic current measurements. Meanwhile, scientists at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia have improved methods for fabricating graphene nanoribbon-nanopore devices.

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