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Lee, Won Yong (author), Wen, C. (author), Pham, N.H. (author), Khaksaran, Mohammad Hadi (author), Lee, S. (author), Zhang, Shi Li (author)
Tracing fast nanopore-translocating analytes requires a high-frequency measurement system that warrants a temporal resolution better than 1 µs. This constraint may practically shift the challenge from increasing the sampling bandwidth to dealing with the rapidly growing noise with frequencies typically above 10 kHz, potentially making it...
journal article 2024
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Dematties, Dario (author), Wen, C. (author), Zhang, Shi Li (author)
Pulse-like signals are ubiquitous in the field of single molecule analysis, e.g., electrical or optical pulses caused by analyte translocations in nanopores. The primary challenge in processing pulse-like signals is to capture the pulses in noisy backgrounds, but current methods are subjectively based on a user-defined threshold for pulse...
journal article 2022
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Wen, C. (author), Bertosin, E. (author), Shi, X. (author), Dekker, C. (author), Schmid, Sonja (author)
Nanopores are versatile single-molecule sensors offering a simple label-free readout with great sensitivity. We recently introduced the nanopore electro-osmotic trap (NEOtrap) which can trap and sense single unmodified proteins for long times. The trapping is achieved by the electro-osmotic flow (EOF) generated from a DNA-origami sphere...
journal article 2022
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Previous studies of shear-thinning fluids in pipe flow discovered that, although the time-averaged velocity profile was axisymmetric when the flow was laminar or fully turbulent, contrary to expectations it was asymmetric in the laminar-turbulent transition regime. The general consensus of these previous experiments was that the location of the...
conference paper 2015
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