UPenn Team Shows Solid-state Nanopore Can Distinguish Different DNA Homopolymers | GenomeWeb

A team of researchers led by the University of Pennsylvania has built solid-state nanopores that can distinguish between short DNA homopolymers, a step towards sequencing DNA with this type of pore.

The researchers, led by Marija Drindic's team at UPenn in collaboration with groups at Columbia and Brown University, published their results online in ACS Nano earlier this month.

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